Allergy and Asthma

Out Of Breath

Tobacco use remains one of the single most preventable causes of disease and premature death in the US. More than 16 million Americans live with a smoking-related disease. By quitting, even for one day, smokers will be taking an important step in avoiding Asthma, Lung Cancer, and COPD.

Ed Neuzil and Shannon Messner, both Board Certified Nurse Practitioners at Allergy Sinus & Asthma Family Health Center explain what COPD is and how it is treated.

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Fending Off Flu

With the viral invasion of COVID-19 you may be wondering when or if you should be getting your flu shot this year.

Ed Neuzil and Shannon Messner, both Board Certified Nurse Practitioners at Allergy Sinus & Asthma Family Health Center talk about some important things you should know to stay healthy this flu season.

Shingles 411

Back in the day, it took three minutes for the TV to warm up, we hardly ever wore seatbelts, and getting the chickenpox was a badge of honor. The highly contagious infection, relieved only by itching, scratching and oatmeal baths, was a coming-of-age moment in time. Unfortunately, for some unsuspecting chickenpox veterans, this malady may remanifest during our adulthood as shingles.

We wanted to find out more about shingles and what protections can be taken, so we paid a visit to the  Allergy, Sinus and Asthma Family Health Center.

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Shingles Vaccine Information