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This video will teach you what asthma is, what symptoms your child will experience during an asthma attack, different asthma triggers, and what medications are used to treat asthma.
Dr. Feldman is an allergist and immunologist within the Division of Allergy and Immunology at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. Dr. Feldman sees patients at the Nicklaus Children's Boynton Beach Care Center.
Testing with board-certified allergist is an important step in treating your child's allergies. Dr. Amy Feldman, pediatric allergist and immunologist explains.
Dr. Amy Feldman, pediatric allergist and immunologist, explains the triggers and symptoms of environmental allergies in children.
Dr. Amy Feldman, pediatric allergist and immunologist, talks about the importance of testing for penicillin allergy.
Dr. Amy Feldman is an allergist and immunologist with Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. In this video she gives a quick overview of the most common allergic reactions to food allergy.
1 in 13 children are affected by food allergies, learn more as Dr. Amy Feldman, an allergist and immunologist with Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, explains food allergies in children.