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Christina Huddleston, MD

Allergist & Immunologist

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Dr. Sikka will be leaving the practice on January 28, 2022. He has decided to take on a new challenge and we wish him the very best in this endeavor.

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Holiday decorations are starting to appear, reminding us that celebrations will soon be upon us. While some people fling open their arms and welcome the merriment, those with allergies and asthma sometimes hide under the covers and ride out the tide until

Flu Shots are now available at NTAAA!

Do you want to steer clear from staying indoors with a pile of Kleenex this Winter? The best way to ward off the flu is to get vaccinated each fall before the season starts in November!

How to Reduce Allergens in Your Yard this Fall

Prepping your yard this fall can give you a head start on spring landscaping, but it can also mean suffering from seasonal allergies. Ragweed pollen and lingering mold can create double the symptoms for some allergy sufferers.

The Rise of Spring Allergies: Fact or Fiction

It’s spring, which means you can count on certain annual rituals: flowers are beginning to bloom and temperatures will start to rise. The sun is shining a bit more, and you’re coping with sneezing, wheezing, itchy eyes and a terrible runny nose.