1. What to Expect During an Allergy Test

    For many people, allergies are an annoying fact of life that they deal with every day. Whether their allergies are caused by seasonal factors or are related to specific foods, there are a number of things that can cause allergic reactions. If you suspect that you might be developing allergies, then we encourage you to schedule an appointment with The Allergy and Asthma Center of Corpus Christi tod…Read More

  2. Common Causes Of Summertime Rashes In Children

    Summer is a magical time of the year for children. It is a time for exploring and adventuring, for catching tadpoles and flying kites. The summer months are a time for campfires and smores, and hanging out all night with friends at sleepovers. While summer may be at an end, its effects can linger on in the form of skin rashes that children have developed from all those hours of playing outside. Th…Read More

  3. Relieve Your Fall Allergies

    Sneezing, coughing, and wheezing, are all sounds associated with both allergies and colds. How do you determine whether you are struggling with a cold or with allergies? Sometimes it’s easy to figure out, but other times, the difference can be hard to see. If you have been struggling with frequent sneezing or nasal congestion, call The Allergy and Asthma Center of Corpus Christi today. We are he…Read More

  4. All You Need To Know About Adult Onset Asthma

    While asthma is more common in children than in adults, the truth of the matter is that asthma can develop at any time. When asthma is developed later in life, after the age of 20, it is known as adult onset asthma. While this may not seem like a serious issue, asthma can have negative effects among adults over the age of 50. In fact, it’s estimated that as many as five percent of U.S. adults su…Read More

  5. Top 3 Skin Rashes In Adults, Part One

    Have you been constantly itching the same patch of skin for days or even weeks? At The Allergy and Asthma Center of Corpus Christi, we understand how frustrating skin problems and rashes can be. If you can’t stop scratching an itchy rash, it could be due to a variety of external factors, but sometimes the root cause of your itching can be hard to identify without the help of an allergy expert. W…Read More

  6. Our Corpus Christi Allergy Clinic Can Help With Many Skin Issues

    You might think you can only see a dermatologist for your skin-related issues. While that's often the best choice for your skin, there are many skin issues that are allergy-related and can be treated by our Corpus Christi allergy clinic. Many people don't realize that their itchy, bumpy, red skin is the result of allergy issues that could be easily dealt with by making an appointment with our offi…Read More

  7. Is it a Cold or Is It Allergies?

    Many people who suffer from allergies think they are actually suffering from the symptoms of a cold. Unfortunately, this can lead them to treatments that don't actually work for their allergy symptoms. So how do you tell these two issues apart? Our Corpus Christi allergy clinic offers this guide to help you determine the problem: Common Symptoms for both colds and allergies include runny or stuffy…Read More

  8. The Benefits Of Allergy Testing

    According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, over 50 million Americans are affected by allergies every year. Allergies can be inconvenient and often interfere with your quality of life, but they may also be dangerous and life-threatening. Whatever the case, consulting with a Corpus Christi allergy specialist is the first step towards relief. Our allergy tests can help dete…Read More

  9. Treat Spring Allergies With Corpus Christi Allergy Specialist

    Spring is the worst time of the year for seasonal allergies. It leaves millions of Americans miserable every year. Our Corpus Christi Allergy Specialist can help you manage your misery with ease. The biggest Spring trigger is pollen because tiny grains are released into the air by trees, grasses, and weeds for the purpose of fertilizing other plants. When those pollen grains get into the nose of s…Read More