Dr. Katherine McCormack, Allergist: “The goal of this post is to help you identify symptoms of asthma and allergies and promote communication with your doctor to reduce an unnecessary urgent care or emergency room visit.”
Category Archives: Allergy
Boulder Medical Center continues to closely monitor updates related to 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) from Centers For Disease Control (CDC), Colorado…read more
Did you know that the vast majority of individuals who think they have a penicillin allergy actually don’t? It’s true! Penicillin is the most commonly reported drug allergy in the United States, but 9 out of 10 patients who report a penicillin allergy aren’t truly allergic.
The influenza vaccine, also known as a flu shot, is a vaccine that protects against seasonal influenza (the Flu). The…read more
Smoke from western fires is expected to linger in Boulder County this fall. What can you do when wildfire smoke causes eye problems? Ophthalmologist Dr. Donald McCormack talks about ways that you can get relief from eye irritation caused by smoke.
How to Introduce Peanut to your Child Safely A study published this year in the New England Journal, the LEAP…read more
by Elizabeth Helgans, PA-C (and Celiac) Boulder Medical Center As a Physician Assistant in Gastroenterology and person with Celiac Disease, I am…read more
by Ken Kreidl, MD Ophthalmologist at Boulder Medical Center The eye drop section of your local pharmacy or supermarket can be overwhelming.…read more
Dr. David Fleischer will discuss the Viaskin® peanut patch trial (PEPITES) that is currently recruiting local participants as well as other…read more
Dr. Karen Andrews is the featured speaker at the next Boulder County S.A.F.E. (Supporting Allergic Families through Education) meeting on…read more