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Michael Skiera, President & CEO

From the Desk of Our CEO – Q1 Newsletter 2017

BreatheAmerica family, I Love My Job! There are several reasons why I love my job as the President & CEO of BreatheAmerica but let me share a few of them with you. As most of you know BreatheAmerica is comprised of two specific business lines.  There is our infusion business, which is called Precision Healthcare, […]

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Socialize With Us!

At BreatheAmerica, we care about your overall health, so we take every opportunity possible to interact with our patients, families of patients, prospective patients, and employees! We make it a priority to make ourselves available to you, wherever you like to get news and interesting information. That’s why you can find us on Facebook, LinkedIn, […]

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Maximize Spring Cleaning by Targeting the WORST Allergen Offenders

Do you have a spring cleaning routine? Baseboards, ceiling fans, blinds, closet and pantry organization—the works? This year, you should amp up your routine by targeting the areas of your home that you may not even know are causing your allergy and asthma symptoms. Tackle these areas first: Dust Traps You’d be surprised at all […]

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How To Help Your Baby Sleep With a Stuffy Nose

Allergy and sinus infection season can be really tough on babies—especially those prone to runny noses! The season can also be hard for parents who stay up all night, either worrying that their baby can’t breathe or having to frequently get out of bed to soothe their baby’s sinus and allergy pain. If you’re one […]

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The Key to Peace of Mind AND Increased Efficiency

You’ve heard about the “meal prep” trend, and – let us tell you – it’s a trend because it WORKS! People who dedicate one day of the week to preparing meals for the rest of their week report that they’ve lost weight, saved money, increased their energy, and become more productive at work! This is […]

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Do You Need an Air Purifier?

You’ve heard the buzz. Every time you complain about sneezing through the night or about your dog’s hair driving you crazy, you have a friend that tells you about how their air purifier  completely changed their life. We’ve been there too, and we’re here to tell you that the hype is well-deserved. While they won’t […]

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Avoiding a Valentine’s Day Disaster

It’s the most romantic day of the year! But, as all of us food allergy sufferers know, candlelit dinners can turn sour very quickly if one of your allergy triggers sneaks onto your plate. If you know what restaurant you’ll be going to, be sure to call ahead (or check the restaurant’s website) to see […]

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Our 15 Favorite Allergy-Friendly Super Bowl Recipes

Whether you’re cooking for a crowd, just your family, or for your child to take a snack to a Super Bowl party, there’s no reason why your gluten-free or allergy-friendly party food shouldn’t be equally as festive as other pickings in the spread! We’ve collected our favorite recipes from some of our favorite blogs to […]

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Planning for the Unthinkable

The parents of Oakley Debbs, an 11-year-old asthma and food allergy sufferer who tragically passed away after unintentionally consuming a nut product over Thanksgiving, are spreading an important message about preventing anaphylaxis deaths. To those dealing with asthma and food allergies: You need a plan. For their son, the nut allergy was an easily avoided […]

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Dr. Kaufman Named Shreveport Lead Physician & Medical Director!

We are proud to announce that BreatheAmerica Shreveport’s Dr. David Kaufman has been elevated to the position of lead physician and medical director. Dr. David Kaufman is a board-certified Allergist and Immunologist, specializing in asthma, nasal and sinus allergies, food allergies, and atopic eczema. He received his MD from George Washington University and completed his […]

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