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Pollen  Count  -  06/30/15
Tree Pollen
ABSENT
0
Grass Pollen
LOW
1
Weed Pollen
LOW
3
Mold Pollen
ABSENT
0
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The leaders in Allergy & Asthma Care.

We pride ourselves in taking the time to understand each patient’s concerns and work effectively alongside our highly skilled support staff to make certain we provide the highest quality care available.

Allergy Partners of Western North Carolina

is a member of the nation’s largest single specialty practice in Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. Our dedicated Physicians will develop a comprehensive treatment program to bring your life into balance.

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 Recent Posts

 
  • Immunotherapy (Allergy Shots): The Allergy Partners Way
    June 29, 2015
    Allergy immunotherapy, more commonly referred to as allergy shots, is the most effective treatment available for environmental allergies. By reducing your reactions to pollens, pet dander, molds and dust mites, allergy shots reduce symptoms and your need for medication.
  • ​Peanut Allergy: Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment
    May 27, 2015
    It is estimated that food allergy affects approximately 5% of adults and 8% of children, with peanut allergy nearing approximately 2% of the population. A peanut allergy is when the immune system makes a type of antibody called IgE towards specific proteins in peanut.
  • Dr. Atwater's Retirement Announcement
    May 20, 2015
    It is with mixed emotions that I am announcing my retirement from my allergy practice, effective June 30, 2015.
  • Memorial Day Closings
    May 18, 2015
    Memorial Day Closings
  • Increased severity of allergic reactions in women: Is estrogen to blame?
    May 8, 2015
    Previous research indicates that women tend to experience more severe allergic reactions - anaphylaxis – than men. The reason behind this has remained somewhat of a mystery, however, a new study published in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology suggests estrogen could be to blame. Researchers from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases have explored sex-dependent differences in a mouse model of anaphylaxis to explore how female sex hormones, estrogen, may be involved.
 

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Allergy PartnersLong Shoals Road/Arden, NC(828) 687-8221
Allergy PartnersAsheville, NC(828) 255-3749
Allergy PartnersBrevard, NC(828) 255-3749
Allergy PartnersClyde, NC(828) 452-4474
Allergy PartnersFranklin, NC(828) 255-3749
Allergy PartnersHendersonville, NC(828) 692-0488
Allergy PartnersMarion, NC(828) 652-6454
Allergy PartnersSpruce Pine, NC(828) 255-3749