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American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology

American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology
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Telephone:
Address:
847-247-1200
85 West Algonquin Road
Suite 550
Arlington Heights, IL 60005
 

Organization website: www.AllergyandAsthmaRelief.org

About Us

The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI), established in 1942, is a professional medical association of more than 5,700 allergists-immunologists and allied health professionals. ACAAI allergists are board-certified physicians trained to diagnose allergies and asthma, administer immunotherapy, and provide patients with the best treatment outcomes.

 

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Yes. In the United States, dust mite populations tend to peak in July and August, and their allergen levels stay high through December. Mite allergen...
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As unappealing as it seems, cockroach particles can be a component of house dust. This is most common in older, multifamily housing and in...
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American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology
Molds are commonly found in outdoor air, and they come in any time you open a door or window. Any house can develop a mold problem, given the right...
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Tiny, microscopic creatures called house dust mites are an important cause of allergic reactions to house dust. They belong to the family of eight...
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House dust is a mixture of many substances. Its content varies from home to home, depending on the type of furniture, building materials, presence of...
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Avoidance measures work best to relieve symptoms, but it’s not possible to avoid all exposure to all types of house dust. Some of these procedures...
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If you are tested and found to be allergic to a component of house dust, specific avoidance measures can be taken. Your allergist can give you expert...
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American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology
Diagnosis depends on symptoms and requires an examination of the throat, nose, and sinuses. Your doctor will look for:Bad breathDiscolored (greenish)...
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American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology
Some known complications include ear infections, sinusitis, recurrent sore throats, cough, headache, altered sleep patterns, fatigue...
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A common question from allergic rhinitis sufferers is: Can I move someplace where my allergies will go away? Some allergens are tough to escape...
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Allergy shots (immunotherapy) are often effective if you continue to experience symptoms despite allergen avoidance and proper medication. If...
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Today, there are many excellent medications for treating asthma and allergies. Although no medication can be proven entirely safe for use during...
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Asthma and allergies are often connected. Most asthma patients are allergic to one or more allergens such as pollens, molds, pet dander, house dust...
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Depending on your age and any other risk factors, your doctor may conduct several tests throughout your pregnancy to monitor and evaluate your asthma...
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If you have asthma, you probably feel tightness in your chest and may experience wheezing, shortness of breath, and/or coughing. These symptoms are...