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Children’s Allergies FAQ

By , June 28th, 2012 | Parenting | 0 Comments

Nevin Wilson, MD, professor and chair of the Pediatrics Department at the University of Nevada School of Medicine in Reno
This past Tuesday, I discussed children’s allergies in an Online Health Series. Here are some of the unanswered questions I received as well as a couple of the more popular ones:

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Online Health Series: Children’s Allergies

By , June 25th, 2012 | Parenting | 0 Comments

Dr. Nevin Wilson, Children's Allergies

Is your child one of the 5.9 million children that suffers from allergies? Nevin Wilson, MD, will be hosting a free informational session on Children’s allergies as part of our Online Health Series. Dr. Wilson is a professor and chair of the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Nevada School of Medicine in Reno. He is board-certified in pediatric allergy and immunology and has practiced medicine for more than 20 years.


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Are hand sanitizers and anti-bacterial cleaning products to blame for childhood allergies?

By , January 31st, 2012 | Parenting, Uncategorized | 0 Comments

Nevin Wilson, MD, Pediatric Allergies and Immunology
University of Nevada School of Medicine

I don’t know any parent who hasn’t cringed the first time his/her new son or daughter got big enough to crawl around a room, touch everything in sight, then put those germ-filled fingers right into his or her mouth. As parents, our natural instinct is to protect our kids. That includes protecting them from dangerous germs. Though keeping your house clean and washing your hands with soap and water is important to reduce the risk of infection, some grime and dirt can actually be a good thing when it comes to allergies.

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