As the back-to-school season approaches, it brings with it a mix of excitement and challenges for students, parents, and educators alike. For students with asthma, this time of year can be particularly daunting. However, with proper planning, education, and support, going back to school with asthma can be a smooth and successful experience. Here are […]
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Dr. Marie Fitzgerald recently discussed with Caroline Vandergriff CBS 11 the potential for spring allergy season to be more severe this year. I would say this April is worse than usual. Originally, you might think well this is going to kill the pollen for the year – wouldn’t that been nice if that had happened […]
POLLEN COUNT ALERT: There are VERY HIGH concentrations of Weeds (Ragweed, Sage, Wormwood, Goosefoot, Lamb’s Quarters, Pigweed, Amaranth, Saltbush, Russian Thistle). Visit the website to get the full report. CLICK HERE
The COVID-19 pandemic is scary for all people, but for those with asthma there is great fear that they will have a worse outcome or be more likely to get the virus that causes COVID-19. It is important to know that currently there is no evidence of increased infection rates in those with asthma. And […]
Cast your vote now for Dr. Mary Hudelson, Best Allergist and Family Allergy & Asthma Care, Best Allergy Center in Denton County! Voting ends August 21. VOTE NOW! Best of Denton County is an annual award that is given to community nominated and voted businesses within Denton County. With over 450 business categories awarded and […]
I picked up a new book at the bookstore last month because the title caught my eye – Compassionomics – The Revolutionary Scientific Evidence that Caring Makes a Difference. My personality lends itself to an internal response of – “Well, duh! That’s a no brainer!” But my internal scientist was curious! I’d like to see […]
If asthma is affecting your child’s school attendance, our board-certified allergists and staff can provide a personal plan to find relief. “Asthma is the most common chronic illness in childhood, accounting for 13.8 million missed school days each year,” says allergist Todd Mahr, MD, ACAAI president.
There are High concentrations of Grass. Visit the website to get the full report. http://bit.ly/2HAYjEW
Pollen Count Update: There are High concentrations of Grass and Low concentrations of Weeds, Trees (Hickory, Pecan, Mulberry) and Mold. Visit the website to get the full report. pollen.faaccares.com Do you have questions? Our board-certified allergists and staff are here to help. Call 972.539.0086 or contact us.
POLLEN COUNT ALERT: There are HIGH concentrations of Trees (Mulberry, Oak, Pecan, Hickory) and Grass. Visit the website to get the full report. pollen.faaccares.com