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Allergy Relief Advice


Allergies are irritating, to say the least. The itching, the sneezing, the wheezing... and rashes. Not fun. How can you cope? You can start with some truly helpful advice, straight from the mouths of top doctors and other health experts. From food sensitivities and pet dander to seasonal allergies, we've got the scoop.
Check out the entire library of short, on-demand radio clips from our various Health Talk shows.

Peanut Allergies: A New Study

A large, national study of food allergies in the U.S. found that more children have allergies, inclu...

Allergy & Asthma Season: What You Should Know

Learn how best to deal with allergy and asthma season.

Living with Food Allergies

For TV celebrity chef and restaurant owner Amanda Freitag, life is like a box of mystery ingredients...

Living with Food Allergies

For TV celebrity chef and restaurant owner Amanda Freitag, life is like a box of mystery ingredients...

Living with Food Allergies

For TV celebrity chef and restaurant owner Amanda Freitag, life is like a box of mystery ingredients...

Battling Autoimmune Disease by Going Paleo

People with autoimmune diseases often suffer in frustration and despair. What if you could essential...

  • Peanut Allergies: A New Study

  • Allergy & Asthma Season: What You Should Know

  • Living with Food Allergies

  • Living with Food Allergies

  • Living with Food Allergies

  • Battling Autoimmune Disease by Going Paleo

Life's Too Short... so make the most of it! Try something new, eat something healthy, grow something beautiful, hug someone you love, move around a lot, and be kind to yourself. Melanie Cole, MS brings you the best tips from lifestyle and fitness experts to the best and brightest medical professionals.

Watch Out for Mistletoe: Kissing Diseases

From the Show: Life's Too Short
Summary: It may be romantic to meet someone under the mistletoe. But, they may give you something you didn't want.
Air Date: 12/19/17
Duration: 17:41
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Georgea Pasedis, PharmD, RPh
Georgea PasedisGeorgea Pasedis, PharmD, RPh, is a pharmacist and nutraceuticals-meets-pharmaceuticals integration expert. She earned her doctor of pharmacy degree from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Boston and is currently finishing her MBA from Quinnipiac University. She is a certified diabetes patient educator and certified immunizing pharmacist. Pasedis has extensive experience working in cross-functional roles between business and medicine, holding positions in marketing, regulatory affairs and medical affairs specializing in oncology, ophthalmics and cardiovascular disease. She currently is the owner and CEO of Healthy Solutions Pharmacy Consulting and serves as Associate Director of ECP Marketing for Shire. Pasedis is an innovator in creating communication strategies for pharmaceutical information and wellness, to patients and businesses alike. Pasedis is a certified member of the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) and American Society of Health System Pharmacists (ASHP). She has delivered hundreds of lectures around the world on nutraceuticals and pharmaceuticals integration and managed care. Pasedis sits on the Board of Trustees for the Hellenic Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, and is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Women’s Hellenic Benevolent Association.
Holidays mean hugs and kisses. They also mean easy transmission of colds and viruses.

Herpes

Little kids can get cold sores so don’t let them kiss adults who have cold sores. They’re commonly spotted around or on the lips. You can also find them by the nose from time to time. Sharing utensils and beverages can also transmit the possibility of these painful blisters appearing later in life.

Common Cold

Coughs and sniffles are warning signs to stay back. Don’t share utensils or drinks. Go with a peck on the cheek or an air hug.

Mononucleosis

This is more common in teens because of the kissing frequency. If you get mono, take your vitamins and stay hydrated. Stay away from friends and family. It’s very contagious.

If you are sick and don’t recover in two weeks, see your physician.

Listen as Dr. Georgea Pasedis joins Melanie Cole, MS, to share how to protect yourself from the consequences of physical affection when others are ailing.

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