October 30, 2013
by Dr. Megan Stauffer

Asthma in Tennessee

Asthma can affect people at any time of year, but the fall seems to be an especially bad time of year for patients. The combination of respiratory viruses, fall pollen, and cooler weather can all trigger asthma. In fact, children … Continue reading

October 9, 2013
by Dr. John Overholt

Mouses in Houses, More Vaccines

Cockroach has long been considered to be the primary allergic trigger for inner-city asthmatics. In that setting, it’s a difficult allergen to avoid, and trials of cockroach immunotherapy in inner-city asthmatics have been disappointing. New data suggests that mouse allergen … Continue reading