Hidden Allergens in Valentine’s Chocolate

Valentine's Day is next week and the stores are filled with heart shaped goodies, especially chocolates. While chocolates are a wonderful gift for your special someone, it is important to be mindful when gifting for READ MORE

Hidden Allergens in Valentine’s Chocolate2022-02-10T16:11:17+00:00

Exercise-Induced Bronchoconstriction (EIB)

Asthma can be a debilitating disease. It can limit a person’s abilities and make it difficult to perform certain activities. However, those with asthma should still exercise. Exercise is important for the human body READ MORE

Exercise-Induced Bronchoconstriction (EIB)2021-03-10T18:23:27+00:00

How Is A Vaccine Approved?

This week the COVID-19 vaccine is approved in the United States and being distributed around the country. The emergency circumstances accelerated the approval process. Vaccine development and approval is normally a long and complex process, READ MORE

How Is A Vaccine Approved?2020-12-14T20:07:28+00:00

Thanksgiving – Food Allergies and COVID-19

This Thanksgiving and holiday season is more stressful than other years, due to the stress of COVID-19. While it is important to stay safe during the holidays, wear a mask and socially distance, it is READ MORE

Thanksgiving – Food Allergies and COVID-192020-11-23T19:20:59+00:00

Difference Between COVID-19 and Fall Allergies

With flu season and the winter weather upon us, there is high anxiety over whether your sniffling is fall allergy related or COVID. It is important to be able to spot the difference in symptoms READ MORE

Difference Between COVID-19 and Fall Allergies2020-11-17T16:33:36+00:00

No Tricks, Just Food Allergy Friendly Treats

Halloween is upon us, but it is going to look a little different this year. No matter how you decide to safely participate in Halloween, it is important to be considerate of children with food READ MORE

No Tricks, Just Food Allergy Friendly Treats2020-10-07T18:55:19+00:00

Clinical Research: A Brief History

Since ancient civilization, humans have been conducting clinical research. The early Egyptians, Babylonians, and Hebrews all practiced medical investigation, although their versions were closely related to their individual religions. The earliest recorded medical investigations READ MORE

Clinical Research: A Brief History2020-09-17T13:23:55+00:00
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