Published in Hospital Business Week, June 17th, 2007
"Almost one out of every 11 people on the Peninsula has some form of allergy," said Nadeau, who is on the staff of Stanford's new Allergy Clinic. Nadeau says the Bay Area has many pollens, dust and molds that stimulate a lot of common allergies - and there's no winter cold season to provide respite from pollen.
Although common, allergies of the eye (allergic conjunctivitis), nose (allergic rhinitis) and lung (allergic asthma) can...
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