We are getting into the Fall allergy season, with grass and weed pollens predominating. Also, soon, we will be in the fall/winter viral illness period, which often exacerbates asthma. We will be giving the flu vaccine in October, but as the H1N1 vaccine is still undergoing testing and is not yet available, we are not sure we will have that vaccine in our offices. The H1N1 or swine flu vaccine should be widely available when testing on humans is complete. We will keep you posted, please check back.
Technology, such a wonderful thing! This is my first post. Anyway, it is our goal to use this ‘post’ or ‘blog’ feature to keep you up-to-date with important allergy news and tips. We hope that you find this information helpful and bookmark us and check back regularly. I am also told, by our web guy, that you as viewers can actually provide comments to our posts. Not sure I understand all that right now, but I guess we’ll cross that bridge shortly.
Once we get the hang of it, each of us docs will have our own blog (Dr. Posts on left) where we can provide additional information to our patients. Now I’m a doctor and a blogger.
We are also in the process of implementing a ‘guestbook’ feature that will provide you a means of contacting us, or your doctor with a question or concern instead of the telephone. We are hoping this will allow us to better utilize our time and improve our service.
I guess with the expansion and all that is going on, there is no better time than the present to embrace the new ‘tech’ world.