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Wednesday
Apr112012

Tips From an Allergy Expert

For red eyes: Neeta Ogden, MD, an adult and pediatric allergist at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center in Englewood, N.J., has a great tip. "To avoid red eye that occurs with allergy season, I often tell people to use a saline wash, preferably preservative free, to wash away residual pollen from your eyes after you come home from being outside."

http://www.everydayhealth.com/allergy/0410/fight-allergy-face-with-advice-from-kate-walsh-and-rebekah-george.aspx

Wednesday
Feb222012


The Surprising Reason You’re Sneezing

“I actually see this quite often, and it’s most surprising to patients who assume you have to be a lifelong allergy sufferer to have allergies as an adult. But this just isn’t true,” says Neeta Ogden, M.D., adult and pediatric allergist at Engelwood Hospital and Medical Center in New Jersey.

http://news.menshealth.com/the-surprising-reason-youre-sneezing/2012/01/05/


Wednesday
Dec282011

Healthy Kids from Teeth to Feet

5 Simple Steps to Stop Hay Fever

 

 

Medication can help manage your child’s hay fever symptoms, but the best remedy is to nip those allergies in the bud. “Once the bad symptoms start, it takes less and less pollen to exacerbate the whole vicious cycle,” says Neeta Ogden, M.D., an adult and pediatric allergist at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center in New Jersey.

Wednesday
Dec072011

Oral Allergy Syndrome: The 'Food Allergy' You Never Knew You Had

 

The symptoms of this sneaky allergy often fade as quickly as they start. So how do you know if you've had it?

Oral allergies occur because certain foods contain proteins that are similar in structure to proteins in certain types of pollen, according to Neeta Ogden, MD, an adult and pediatric allergist at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center in Englewood, N.J.

http://www.everydayhealth.com/allergy/oral-allergy-syndrome-the-food-allergy-you-never-knew-you-had.aspx

 

 

Wednesday
Dec072011

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Christmas Trees: Artificial Or Natural?

 

Dr. Neeta Ogden, an allergist in Englewood, N.J., blames artificial for the worst problems.

"The main reason is that people store them in their homes in the basement and attic, and those are places where they're going to attract dust and mold," Ogden said.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/12/07/christmas-trees-natural-artificial_n_1133240.html