Accutane (Isotretinoin)
Acne
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AIDS/HIV and the Skin
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Your Skin

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Hair Health
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Herpes
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Isotretinoin
Itching
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Contagiosum

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Poison
Ivy/Oak/Sumac

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Diseases

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ALOPECIA:
Children's Alopecia Project
National Alopecia Areata Foundation

BIRTHMARKS:
Vascular Birthmark Foundation

CONGENITAL NEVI:
Congenital Nevus Support Group

CUTANEOUS T-CELL LYMPHOMA (CTCL)
Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
National Cancer Institute
DermNet

DERMATOLOGY A-Z:
American Academy of
Dermatology (AAD)

HIDRADENTITIS SUPPURATIVA:
DermNet NZ HS Information 
Mayo Clinic HS information


MYCOSIS FUNGOIDES:
Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation 
National Cancer Institute 
DermNet

PEDIATRIC DERMATOLOGY:
The Society for Pediatric
Dermatology

PSORIASIS:
National Psoriasis Foundation
AAD PsoriasisNet
Financial Assistance for Medications

ROSACEA:
National Rosacea
Society

SEXUALLTY TRANSMITTED DISEASES
(STD'S):

American Social Health Association
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

SHINGLES:
VZV Research Foundation

SKIN CANCER / MELANOMA:
Skin Cancer Foundation
American Melanoma Foundation
Coalition for Skin Cancer
Prevention in Maryland

Melanoma International Foundation

SKIN OF COLOR:
BrownSkin.Net

SKIN SURGERY:
American Society for
Dermatologic Surgery

American Collage of Mohs Surgeons

VITILIGO:
National Vitiligo
Foundation

 

 
 
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American Academy of Dermatology (AAD)
Information for Children
New Zealand Dermatologic Society
Medline Plus
Medline Plus (Spanish)
Skinsight
Tattoo Removal
Tattoo & Piercing Do's & Don'ts
 
 
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Allergies are a common disorder, affecting about twenty to thirty percent of the population worldwide.

It is a genetic condition that tends to run in the family. Allergy symptoms can range from mild to severe. The most common symptoms are: Sneezing, coughing or wheezing, itchy nose and throat, throat hoarseness, runny or clogged nose with clear, thin mucus, watery, itchy, red, or swollen eyes, congestion and fatigue.

If allergy symptoms are making you miserable, you should consider seeing an allergist. An allergist will take a thorough history and may conduct tests to determine what is triggering your symptoms and work with you to develop a management plan, which may include medication and certain environmental controls.

Allergy and Dermatology Specialists, Inc. have highly trained physicians and nurses in the field of allergies.

Allergy appointments are available at all of our local offices. Please call and schedule your appointment today.

 
 
 
Allergic Conjuctivitis
Allergic Reactions
Allergy & Asthma
Medications

Allergy Shots
Allergy Testing
Anaphyylaxis
Angioedema
Antihistamines
Asthma
Asthma and
Osteoperosis

Asthma and Work
Asthma Triggers
Childhood Asthma
Cough in Children
Drug Allergies
Drug Guide for Patients
Exercise-Induced
Asthma

Food Allergy
How an Allergist Can
Help

Immunotherapy
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Insect Sting Allergy
Kids Info on Allergies
& Asthma

Latex Allergy
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Peak Flow Meter
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Rhinitis
Rhinitis & Sinusitis
Rhinitis (Espanol)
School and Allergies/Asthma
Sinusitis
Skin Allergies
Traveling with Allergie
& Asthma

Your Allergy Doctor
& Your Allergies
Folletos sobre Asma y
Alergias (Allergy information
in Spanish)
 
 
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American Academy of Allergy, Ashtma & Immunology
American Academy of Allergy, Ashtma & Immunology (Spanish)
Medline Plus
Medline Plus (Spanish)
 
 
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