Study Shows Possible Benefits of Allergy Exposure in Infancy

A new study has some surprising findings about the risk factors for allergy and asthma in infants.


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Allergy Season Wears Out its Welcome in St. Louis

A local allergist gives advice to those who suffer from severe allergies during these months.


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How To Keep Your Allergies In Check This Spring

Spring is here, the weather is warm and the air is freely blowing all those nasty allergens all over the place. Take a few steps to help protect yourself this allergy season.


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How Bad Will the Spring Allergy Season Be?

SLU Care allergist Dr. Mark Dykewicz says it’s hard to tell just how bad the allergy season will be, but there’s plenty of activity already underway.


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Cats Cause Scary Situation at Board of Aldermen Meeting

Aldermanic President Lewis Reed, who is allergic to cats, began coughing and gasping for air.



Free EpiPens Coming To A School Near You

Used to provide immediate help to those who suffer a severe allergic reaction, they will now be given to every school in the nation who requests one.


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Flu and Allergies: The Perfect Health Storm

If you suffer from an allergy and then get the flu on top of that, its double the dose of mucus and more congestion and that can lead to sinus infections, ear infections and pneumonia.



Total Information AM: Voice of Caring, Allergy Season

On this Saturday morning’s edition of TIAM, our KMOX Voice of Caring partner for March is St. John’s Community Care. Spokesperson Dana Klassen joins us. If you suffer from allergies, get ready for a tough spring and summer. How bad will it be? SLU Care allergist Dr. Raymond Slavin tells us.

NewsRadio 1120 KMOX–03/10/2012

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