Air Pollution and Asthma

Air Pollution and Asthma

Air pollution is due to a variety of contaminants in the air and can occur in both indoor and outdoor environments. Outdoor contaminants include carbon monoxide, lead, sulfur dioxide, oxides of nitrogen, ozone (O3) particulate matter and biologic agents.1 Indoor air...
Is it a Cold or My Allergies?

Is it a Cold or My Allergies?

This is a frequently asked question, but it is difficult to answer. The fact is that because our noses only have a limited number of ways to tell us something is wrong it is often hard to tell which thing is causing the symptoms. Both allergies and colds make our...
Allergy and Asthma Network – Advocates in Action

Allergy and Asthma Network – Advocates in Action

Staff from the Allergy and Asthma network will be traveling to Washington DC  on May 4, 2017 to advocate on issues of importance to individuals that have asthma or allergy related health concerns.  They will focus on six key issues: Safe, effective and affordable...
Venom Immunotherapy Shortage

Venom Immunotherapy Shortage

Dr. Theodore M. Freeman is a member of a national task force  created to address a recent shortage of  insect venom  that is available for  use in immunotherapy for those that experience severe reactions to insect stings.  This task force has published guidelines to...
Mountain Cedar – Fact or Fiction

Mountain Cedar – Fact or Fiction

It is that miserable time of year again for mountain cedar allergic patients. Mountain cedar allergy causes congestion, itching of nose, eyes, ears and throat, sneezing and copious clear nasal discharge. This complex often goes by the term “Cedar Fever”,  but does...
San Antonio Magazines reveals “Best Doctors”

San Antonio Magazines reveals “Best Doctors”

Dr. Theodore M. Freeman of San Antonio Asthma and Allergy is once AGAIN listed in the list of “Best Doctors” in the current issue of San Antonio Magazine.  San Antonio Magazine states that: “Best Doctors’ team of researchers conducts a biennial poll...