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Topics: Allergy & Asthma, Audiology, Cosmetic Plastic Surgery, CTA, Danbury, Dermatology, ENT / Head & Neck Surgery, Hand Surgery, Head & Neck Cancer, Home CTA, New Milford, Norwalk, Patient Education, Ridgefield, Southbury, Special Offers, Special Sidebar, Stamford

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"Have had a great experience with my son who has a peanut allergy and currently undergoing OIT - pleasant, caring staff. Dr. Bell is very kind and knowledgeable - my son also really likes him which is a bonus!" ~ L.W.
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Topics: Allergy & Asthma, Patient Testimonials

Godhwani Review

"Awesome doctor [Dr. Godhwani]! Took her time to take care of my asthma needs and help me keep it under control." ~ Danbury
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Advanced Specialty Care Fall 2019 Newsletter

In this newsletter, get Fall allergy tips, RSVP for a free open house and complimentary cosmetic consultation, learn about treatments for thinning hair, take advantage of a spider vein treatment special and more! Free Cosmetic Open House $300 Spider Vein Treatment Special Fall Allergy Tips Hearing Loss & Developmental Delays in Children Does Your Child Suffer From Chronic Sore Throats? Treat Thinning Hair with PRP Same-Day Dermatology Appointments Accomplished Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Stacey June, Joins Advanced Specialty Care Free Cosmetic Open House: November 7th in Ridgefield | 4-8 pm Mix, Mingle & Experience the Latest in Cosmetic Plastic Surgery, Dermatology…
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Topics: Allergy & Asthma, Allergy & Asthma, Audiology, Blog, Cosmetic Plastic Surgery, Dermatology, Ear, Nose & Throat, Hand Surgery, News & Events, Skincare & Laser

Fall Allergy Tips: Don't Let Your Symptoms Pile Up

  Just when you thought the crisp air of fall would bring an end to your allergies, you find yourself sneezing and coughing all over again. The primary culprit of fall allergies is ragweed pollen. Though the ragweed plant only lives one season, it packs a powerful punch. A single plant can produce up to 1 billion pollen grains. Because of the light weight of the grains, they're easily carried through the air. For those of you feeling the effects of fall allergies, here are some tips to help you get through the seasons' change. Leaves aren't the only thing…
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Topics: Allergy & Asthma, Blog

10 Seasonal Allergy Tips For Spring

  Spring is in the air, and so begins a season of sunshine, flowers and…sneezing, nasal congestion, watery eyes! Pollen, one of the biggest allergy triggers in spring, occurs when these tiny grains are released into the air from trees, grasses and weeds. When pollen gets in your nose, if you’re allergic, your body's defenses go wild, producing the symptoms above. Here’s a quick list of ten things you can do to reduce your allergic reaction to pollens in the spring. 1. Keep your windows closed in your home and car to avoid letting pollen in, especially when the local pollen…
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Topics: Allergy & Asthma, Allergy & Asthma, Blog

Why Are My Allergies Worse At Night?

You may have noticed worsening of your allergy symptoms during the nighttime hours. Does your nose start to run? Do you feel congested or have a lot of post nasal drip? Do you find yourself sneezing, coughing, itching, or snoring while sleeping? If nighttime allergy symptoms are preventing you from sleeping well, you’re not the only one! At least 50% of allergy sufferers report their symptoms affect their ability to sleep. We know that sleep deprivation affects our cognitive function, our immune system, and even our blood pressure. Allergens In Our Bedrooms Our bedroom and our beds provide comfort so…
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How Do I Know If I’m Allergic To Something?

Many people experience allergy symptoms in the spring and fall. But allergic reactions to foods, pets, and environmental factors can happen all year long. The key to avoiding allergic reactions is knowing what may be causing them – if it is an allergy at all. But finding the source of an allergic reaction can be challenging. Allergy Symptoms Allergic reactions can manifest in a number of different ways. Symptoms can include: Flush Hives Stomach cramping Diarrhea Nausea Vomiting Shortness of Breath Throat tightness Swelling …. and more Allergic reactions typically include at least one of the skin-related symptoms, though not…
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Topics: Allergy & Asthma, Blog, Dr. Yogen Dave

8 Tips for Managing Your Child's Food Allergies at School

As millions of children start a new school year, many parents with food-allergic children worry about their children’s safety at school. Here are some tips to make the transition easier. Inquire if the school has a policy regarding food allergies. Most schools are proactive and have worked with food allergic families to develop a safe, yet inclusive, environment. It is always helpful to request a written copy so that it may be reviewed throughout the school year. If your child’s school does not have such a policy in place, this is a great opportunity for education. Enlist your allergist’s help…
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