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Summertime is a time for fun in the sun, but for families managing food allergies, summer can also be a time of anxiety. But don't worry – you've got this! We've got your back with our top three tips for having an awesome summer with food allergies.
OIT is a treatment for food allergies, but how does it really work? And who is and is not a candidate? Dr. Hoyt discusses all things OIT and food allergies with her colleague and fellow OIT allergist Dr. Hugh Windom.
Seasonal allergies can make you feel seriously bad. But don't let those itchy drippy sneezy symptoms get you down! Check out Dr. Hoyt's own seasonal allergies treatment regimen and ask your doctor if this may be right for you!
Celiac disease is a condition that affects millions of people all over the world but is often misunderstood. Celiac disease is not a “wheat allergy” or a “gluten sensitivity.” It is an inappropriate immune response to gluten, and it can have serious consequences if left untreated. In this post, we will break down what Celiac
Food allergies are a hot topic right now. There seems to be a new food allergy every day, and many people are wondering if food allergies cause eczema. The answer is no – food allergies do not cause eczema. However, atopic dermatitis (eczema) is a risk factor for developing food allergies. In this blog post,