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Explaining Food Allergy Tests Through Baseball Statistics

By Dr. Paul Ehrlich One of the recurring themes in diagnosing and managing food allergies is confusion over the meaning of different tests. After studying the test results, parents, patients, and doctors still can’t answer basic questions: is my child allergic? Is she dangerously allergic? Is he likely to outgrow his allergies? Do we have […]

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The Age of Anxiety Breathing, Part 3

By Dr. Paul Ehrlich I have previously written about a condition called anxiety breathing a couple of times, here and here. It bears mentioning again because it came up in a different context from the previous ones. It is a distinctive pattern, in which the unconscious in and out of normal respiration becomes a labored […]

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