Food allergies affect more than 15 million Americans. Thanks to a one-of-a-kind treatment program here in Utah, that number could change.
Seasonal allergies can make you feel worn out and sick. Getting the right treatment for allergies can help you to feel as fresh and youthful as the flowers this spring!
Does your kid have a peanut allergy? A new national study suggests exposing your child to peanuts before the age of two may have prevented it. However, one Utah doctor has been doing his own studies on how to cure peanut allergies all together.
A Utah doctor has patients flying in from around the world to take part in his revolutionary program to treat food allergies.
MIDVALE, Utah (ABC 4 News) – Sneezing, itchy eyes, and scratchy throat are all signs allergy season is here in Utah. But doctors say this year is an extremely bad year for pollen in the Beehive state.