WHY SHOULD I RECEIVE A VACCINE AGAINST COVID-19?Protection! For yourself, your family, your friends, and your co-workers.A COVID-19 vaccination will help keep you from getting COVID-19 or keep you from becoming seriously ill if you get COVID-19. Receiving a COVID-19 vaccination is the pathway towards stopping this pandemic. FOR MOST PEOPLE, THE BENEFITS OF THE […]
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Mountain cedar, also known by its Latin name Juniperus ashei, is a drought tolerant native evergreen tree that causes winter/spring allergen in Texas. Although it is common in Mexico, in the USA, it is primarily found in Texas. The name Mountain Cedar originated from its highest density in the Hill Country area. Its name is […]
Did you know that 6 million children have food allergies in the US? 1 in 13 children are affected. Given the standard classroom size, that is two children per class! These statistics are alarming but very accurate! So how did we get here? The truth is, we don’t have one answer to explain this. The […]
It’s not too late to get your flu shot! Y’all it’s 2020! It is understandable that this time of year I would be writing a blog for FAAC patients about the importance of getting a flu shot. I’ve been asking everyone since about mid-August: “Have you had your flu shot or are you planning to […]
It is tough enough on those with food allergies during this anticipated tradition of Halloween. But.. this year, we all need to juggle managing our child’s food allergies, Halloween festivities and the “real boogeyman this year”-The COVID-19 pandemic. This year we have ghosts, the boogeyman, food allergies and the virus to juggle. So, what […]
Its time again to vote for Best of Denton County! We are honored that so many of you have taken the time to nominate our office, thank you! The providers and our amazing staff are committed to continue to provide you with compassionate quality care. Thank you so much for trusting us to take care […]
Dear patients, FAAC strives to be a source of accurate, helpful information for our community. To that end, we would like to share the following information with our patients. In the spirit of caring for our community and assisting our healthcare colleagues on the front-lines of the current pandemic, FAAC is committed to staying available to you, our […]
When you have an allergy, your immune system overreacts to a substance (allergen) to which you are exposed. Allergy testing can provide useful information which an allergist can then use to treat your symptoms.
Sinuses are hollow spaces in the bones of your face. The lining of the sinuses normally makes small amounts of mucus. Inflammation in the sinuses leads to swelling and extra mucus. Symptoms of sinusitis, also called rhinosinusitis, include:
Medications affect each of us in different ways, and reactions to drugs are very common. However, not all reactions are allergies. This is important because the type of reaction you are having (an allergy, a side effect, or intolerance) will determine what medications you can take in the future.