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Allergy Season in the News:
Coronavirus or allergies? Chicago doctors give tips on how to tell difference, Chicago Tribune
FDA requires boxed warning for montelukast (Singulair)
Ilinois requires insurance companies to pay for Epipens, USA Today
Chicago's allergy season to arrive later but stronger this year, Chicago Tribune
Long winter makes seasonal allergies worse this year, ABC Chicago
It's not you. Allergy Seasons are getting longer and worse, NBC Chicago.
Fluctuating temperatures delay seasonal allergies in Chicago area, ABC Chicago
Easy things you can do to beat allergies when pollen count spikes, ABC Chicago
Is it a cold or seasonal allergies? Chicago Tribune
We are proud to announce that Dr. Murthy and Dr. Chou have been chosen for Top Doctors!
Dr. Murthy was interviewed by Chicago Parent on allergic rhinitis.
Dr. Chou was interviewed by the Chicago Tribune on the Epipen shortage.
**Please use DISTILLED or previously boiled water for Netipot or Sinus Rinse!**
Brain-Eating Amoeba Kills Woman Who Used Brita Filter for Netipot
We are board-certified Evanston and Chicago allergists, specializing in telemedicine and office visits, who are dedicated to using our expertise in allergy,
asthma, and immunology to provide compassionate care for children and adults.
To schedule a telemedicine or office visit appointment with an allergist, please call us at
(847) 328-7909. You may also book your appointment online.
We are currently accepting all major insurance plans. If you are concerned that we may
not accept your insurance plan, or if you have questions
about coverage, please call our office.
Thank you to the parents of our patients who nominated us as one of Chicago's favorite kids allergists on Chicago Parent. We are truly honored.
Dr. Murthy and Dr. Chou are excited to announce the publication of a children's book on food allergy, "Joey Panda and his Food Allergies Save the Day!". Click the cover to learn more: