• Midwest Allergy and Asthma Injection Hours:

    Monday – 9am to 6:30pm Tuesday – 8am to 5pm Wednesday – 9am to 5pm Thursday – 9am to 5pm Friday – No injections on Friday (Clinic is open as normal) Saturday – 9am to 12pm

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  • EpiPen Information

    In the event of a severe allergic reaction, an EpiPen® can be the difference between life and death. Knowing how to use one properly is crucial to turning the tide. You can find additional information on how to correctly use an EpiPen, on their website. To receive expert care for your allergies, contact Midwest Allergy and Asthma Clinic. More

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  • Spring Allergy Season is Here!

    Allergy Season has arrived!  According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, the list below provides steps to feeling better during the Spring season.  Source: http://acaai.org/resources/connect/patient-newsletter/issue4 Blow Away Spring Allergies Many of the most common things people use to keep spring allergies in check may offer no relief at all. Take the right steps and

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  • IS IT THE FLU, COLD OR ALLERGIES

    Flu/ Cold or do you have Allergies? Cough. Sneeze. Wheeze. You know the symptoms, but do you really know the cause? The similarities between symptoms of the flu or cold and nasal allergies (also called allergic rhinitis, indoor or outdoor allergies, seasonal allergies or hay fever) can cause confusion. Worse, it can cause you to make the wrong diagnosis and treat

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