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Q&A With Stanley Fineman From Atlanta Allergy & Asthma: Guiding Doctors And Patients Through New Forms Of Immunotherapy For Allergy & Asthma Treatment
As new medications are approved for patients with allergies and asthma it becomes more important that doctors are able to provide them with the key information about these therapies and what it can mean for their overall care.
Conditions like asthma and seasonal allergies can start when a patient is very young and stay with them throughout the course of their lives. As a result careful monitoring and treatment can greatly help improve the quality of life for those patients.
For patients with seasonal allergies the prescription medications available may not be enough to help with their symptoms and shots may not be an option they want to consider. Newly developed sublingual immunotherapies have been developed to help these patients manage their daily lives.
The risk of developing psoriasis can be attributed to infections, not antibiotic use.
American physicians today are “cautiously optimistic” about the financial and operational health of their medical practices, according to a recent survey of more than 5,000 doctors nationwide.
When teenage boys in Sweden were required to take part in the conscription process for the country's armed forces only a small percentage were considered overweight or obese. As a result researchers were able to make a connection between those patients and those who developed serious liver disease later in life.
Today, many 40- and 50-year-olds are finding themselves stuck between two generations that rely on their financial assistance. So how can you survive the middle without getting squeezed?

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