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The Stork Report

On March 11, 2011 @ 12:51 pm In Podcasts

[1]When a woman becomes pregnant, one of her first priorities is to keep her baby safe and healthy. But what if the expectant mom has asthma? Will breathing problems or the medications she takes to treat them affect the baby? AANMA president and founder Nancy Sander posed that question – and more – to Stanley Fineman, MD, a board-certified allergist from Atlanta, Georgia, in this edition of Ask the Allergist.


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[2] Ask the Allergist: Stork Report: http://www.aanma.org/2011/05/ask-the-allergist-stork-report/

[3] Ask the Allergist: Can you help me with my pollen allergy?: http://www.aanma.org/2012/04/ask-the-allergist-can-you-help-me-with-my-pollen-allergy/

[4] Does it Matter What I’m Allergic To?: http://www.aanma.org/2012/04/does-it-matter-what-im-allergic-to/

[5] Anaphylaxis: Better Safe than Sorry: http://www.aanma.org/2012/02/anaphylaxis-better-safe-than-sorry/

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