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Monday
Jan102011

 WebMD: Better Information. Better Health.

"A lot of parents don't realize," says Neeta Ogden, MD, an allergist. "They assume that the constant runny nose and sneezing are just what happens when a child's exposed to day care germs."

Monday
Jan102011

Dr. Ogden discusses red eye

 http://blogs.menshealth.com/health-headlines/get-the-red-out/2011/04/19

“When cells in your eyes get exposed to pollen they release chemicals such as histamine that can inflame the eye and cause watery eyes, redness, and itching,” says Neeta Ogden, M.D., an allergist at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center in New Jersey.

Monday
Jan102011

Dr. Ogden discusses allergies on Ehealthradio.com

Sunday
Jan092011

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Ask the Expert: All About Asthma & Allergies
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Sunday
Jan092011

 


Severity of symptoms dictates optimal allergy treatment

Second-generation antihistamines can help common allergies, while immunotherapy treatment offers long-term effects

Jul 1, 2010


Managed Healthcare Executive

Neeta Ogden, MD, a solo practitioner who specializes in allergy, asthma and immunology, notes that pollen counts are usually highest in the early morning and early evenings, though it varies depending on the specific pollen. She encouragers her patients to go online and sign up for a local pollen report they can receive via email.

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