It’s a commonly-held belief that allergies are the curse of children and young adults, but that’s not necessarily truth. For example, Beth Corn, MD, an allergist in New York City. quoted on WebMD, suggests that “As the population is aging, we’re seeing that people can have late-onset allergies. Now, it could be that some people were not diagnosed; they might have really had allergies earlier on. It just might be that people are also a little bit more aware now of allergies.”
In fact, this time of the year brings with it quite a bit of respiratory discomfort for many of us. As we know, with Spring comes beautiful weather, beautiful flowers and, unfortunately, a heap of not-so-beautiful allergic reactions. So, with this in mind, we’ve arranged for a discussion that will help Seniors spring into Action and learn more about allergies, COPD, and lung health. In this seminar, you will discover some healthy ways to manage your allergies, overall respiratory system health, and diseases such as COPD.
Our speakers for this discussion will be Chris Shepherd and Gloria Puerto-Ebey from Vitas Healthcare, and we’ll be presenting this topic as a virtual (Zoom) webinar. In keeping with our practice for online events, we’ll record the session and make it available for on-demand viewing via the AMAC Foundation website. To register for the event, please contact the Foundation office at 888-750-2622 or via email at info@AmacFoundation.org.
We’ll “see” you there!