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People with allergies and asthma can lead very active lives. However, they must determine their triggers and stick to a treatment plan.
At KCAA, we’re dedicated to educating our patients and our community about causes and treatments. But we’re also focused on sharing information that can help make life easier.
You can avoid many allergens by making simple changes. Being aware of your surroundings and the seasonality of your symptoms can help improve your comfort year-round.
If someone in your household has allergies, your home can be a safe haven or part of the problem. Once testing has determined the specific allergy triggers, you can take steps to make your home safe.
Dust mites, pet dander, and pests like cockroaches are common indoor allergens. Pollen and mold can also be found indoors. Decrease your indoor exposure to these allergens with these tips:
In the Midwest, our weather changes constantly – and so do allergies. However, there are ways to keep hay fever in check:
A few small changes can make a big impact on your quality of life.
ReadiClinic® is a same day service. Visit guidelines are:
· For established KCAA patients only.
· Do not come to ReadiClinic® if you have a fever or COVID-19.
· If you have recently had a fever, you must call first to review your situation with a nurse.
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8:30 am - 11:30 am