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Answers to Your Allergy Questions

With Houston’s warm, humid climate so many plants grow here, which means more things to irritate our eyes and noses — to say nothing of irritants from our furry companions, pollution and food. So, today we welcome your questions about allergies — seasonal allergies, food allergies, asthma, eczema, and more. Dr. Dat Tran, Assistant Professor of […]

Allergies (Photo Courtesy of Jim Lukach)

With Houston’s warm, humid climate so many plants grow here, which means more things to irritate our eyes and noses — to say nothing of irritants from our furry companions, pollution and food.

So, today we welcome your questions about allergies — seasonal allergies, food allergies, asthma, eczema, and more.

Dr. Dat Tran, Assistant Professor of Allergy and Immunology at UTHealth Medical School will join us to field your queries. Dr. Tran is also an allergy and immunology specialist at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital.

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