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Board certified allergist Dr. Faria Khan describes non-allergic rhinitis which can mimic allergies.

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Board certified allergist Dr. Faria Khan describes how immunotherapy (level 3) can improve your allergy symptoms.

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Board certified allergist Dr. Faria Khan describes how immunotherapy (level 3) can improve your allergy symptoms. Fourth of five videos by Dr. Khan on allergy treatment options

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Board certified allergist Dr. Faria Khan describes how immunotherapy (level 3) can improve your allergy symptoms. Fourth of five videos by Dr. Khan on allergy treatment options

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Board Certified allergist Dr. Faria Khan describes how medications (level 2 allergy treatment) can improve your allergy symptoms. Second of five videos by Dr. Khan on allergy treatment options

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Board certified allergist Dr. Faria Khan describes lifestyle changes (level 1 allergy treatment) that can improve your allergy symptoms. First of five videos by Dr. Khan on allergy treatment options

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You might think that you are the only one that has them, but you’re not. If you have hives, you are one of MANY!

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Cystic Fibrosis is a devastating genetic disorder which is multi-system, affecting the lungs, sinuses, sweat glands and digestive tract. This illness affects over 30,000 people in the United States alone, with over 700 of these people in Georgia. The disease is painful and debilitating but we are beginning to understand how the disease works and […]

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Tens of thousands of people suffer from asthma in the United States, with hundreds of those in Georgia. The instances of this disease are on the rise across the nation and the world. People who suffer from this illness have swollen and inflamed airways and lungs, which react abnormally to irritants. This causes an asthma […]

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Food allergies are a major problem across the United States, affecting millions of people. These allergies go far beyond the itchy eyes and stuffy nose of hay fever; they can lead to serious health risks and even death. The common accepted wisdom is that allergies run in families and that if one child is allergic […]

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