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Dr. Manav Segal, MD Featured on Eat This, Not That…To Fight Spring Allergies



We are excited to announce Dr. Manav Segal is featured on‘s article on Spring Allergies, which is written by Hristina Byrnes.

To read the full article, please click on this link. 

Here is a quick excerpt below:

Allergic rhinitis, also called hay fever or seasonal allergies, makes the lives of 40 million to 60 million Americans miserable every spring. The tree pollen season is upon us and it can last until mid-May, which is also when allergies from pollen and grass usually kick. There is no cure for spring allergies, but there are several ways in which you can manage the symptoms and alleviate how they affect you.

Symptoms of environmental allergies include itchy watery eyes, sneezing, runny nose, congestion, and post-nasal drainage. For some people it can trigger asthma symptoms and worsen skin conditions like eczema, according to
Dr. Manav Segal from Chestnut Hill Allergy & Asthma Associates in Philadelphia. These allergy symptoms are due to the activation of allergy cells in sensitive/allergic patients… Click Here for Full Article on

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