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Dr. Z’s 3 Steps to Living Allergy-Free

Dr. Z’s 3 Steps to Living Allergy-Free

June 28, 2022

With nearly 30 years of expertise in allergy and asthma medicine—both traditional and functional medicine—Dr. Z knows what he’s talking about. In his book, Allergy Free with Dr. Z: Understanding Allergies, Asthma, and Much, Much More, Dr. Z helps you better understand your allergies or asthma in a quick, easy-to-read format that gets right to the point. He describes the 3 essential steps you can take to reduce symptoms, feel better, and ultimately improve your quality of life. Here’s a look at Dr. Z’s 3 steps to living allergy-free.

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AAPRI Staff Spotlight

AAPRI Staff Spotlight: Meet Our Dedicated Team

June 21, 2022

At AAPRI, we bring a wealth of expertise in the field of asthma and allergy treatment to our patients. Our dedicated team of providers is committed to taking the time to listen and care for your needs.

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Do Sublingual Allergy Drops Really Work - Allergy Treatment Rhode Island

Do Sublingual Allergy Drops Really Work?

June 2, 2022

As you may know, Dr. Z has shared his personal experience with immunotherapy in the past. This effective allergy treatment, which comes in the form of allergy shots or sublingual allergy drops, can even send allergies into remission—just like it did for him. At AAPRI, we’re proud to be the only practice in Rhode Island to offer sublingual allergy drops, which are becoming an increasingly popular treatment. But, how do they work?

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The 411 on Asthma - Asthma treatment at Allergy RI

The 4-1-1 on Asthma

May 17, 2022

The first A in our name AAPRI stands for asthma. But what exactly is asthma? In his book, Allergy Free with Dr. Z: Understanding Allergies, Asthma, and Much, Much More, Dr. Z describes asthma is “a hypersensitivity of the airways with a tendency toward constriction and swelling.” This means that when a person with asthma […]

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As spring allergy season is upon us, you may not be sleeping as well as you’d like. That’s because allergies can often disrupt sleep and poor sleep can make you more vulnerable to an allergic response—creating a bit of a catch-22.

The Sleep-Allergy Conundrum

May 3, 2022

As spring allergy season is upon us, you may not be sleeping as well as you’d like. That’s because allergies can often disrupt sleep and poor sleep can make you more vulnerable to an allergic response—creating a bit of a catch-22.

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What’s the buzz about insect sting allergies? Rhode Island Allergy Help

What’s the Buzz About Insect Sting Allergies?

April 19, 2022

About 2 million people in the U.S. have an allergic reaction to being stung by certain insects. The most common culprits are bees, wasps, yellow jackets, hornets, and fire ants. What happens when you get stung?

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