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Do you suffer with nasal allergy symptoms, such as sneezing, itchy and watery eyes, nasal congestion, sinus infections? Are you sick of taking medications to cover up your symptoms? Suffer no more! If you have indoor or outdoor allergies, we may be able to offer you sublingual immunotherapy, or allergy drops. This is a safe and effective way to boost

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New Therapy To Treat Tinnitus

Do you suffer from moderate to severe tinnitus?  Have you tried maskers and traditional hearing aids with no relief?  Notch therapy is a new advancement in the treatment of tinnitus that targets inhibition of the tinnitus pathways in the brain to reduce tinnitus. What is Tinnitus? Tinnitus is the sensation of ringing or a noise in the ear(s) without an

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When to Introduce Peanuts to your Baby

FEEDING PEANUTS TO YOUR BABY IS IMPORTANT! Are you nervous about when to introduce peanut products to your baby? If so, you are NOT alone! It turns out that even though we know it is SO important to give peanut products to certain babies to help protect them against developing an allergy, many parents don’t know where to start. We can help! If

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It’s cold outside, is it possible that I am experiencing allergies?

Yes! Tree pollen counts in our area have been moderate to high despite the snow on the ground and cold temperatures. Seasonal Allergy Symptoms If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, you might have allergies: nasal congestion a runny nose sneezing itching watery/irritated eyes, Sometimes it is difficult to distinguish between a common cold and allergies, but you

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Dry Heat and the Effect on Your Sinuses

There’s no doubt about it, the winter months can seem like they are never ending, especially with daylight savings time and the sometimes severe weather. Winter finds us indoors more than the summer months, exposing us to forced air heat (a leading heat-source in the United States), which can be particularly drying to our sinuses, our throats, our skin and

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