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Locations.


Medical Center/Astrodome
7707 Fannin, Suite 100
Houston, Texas 77054
713.797.0993

Pasadena/Clear Lake
4600 Fairmont Parkway, Suite 107
Pasadena, Texas 77504
281.991.6750

Pearland/Friendswood/Alvin
10223 Broadway (FM 518), Suite L
Pearland, Texas 77584
713.436.9009

Park Plaza/Museum District *
1200 Binz, Suite 180
Houston, Texas 77004
713.522.9911

Operating as Houston Allergy
and Asthma Clinic
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Environmental allergies.


Your home, school or workplace may contain substances that can cause an allergic reaction. These environmental substances include:


Pollen allergies usually occur in certain seasons, these other substances can cause allergy problems all year round.

While avoidance is the best solution in most cases, some causes of symptoms, such as molds and dust mites, cannot be eliminated. Exposure can be reduced, however, by environmental control measures prescribed by your allergist.

When it comes to allergies, living in Houston makes treatment harder because the true allergy to dust mites, mold or pollen is superimposed on the non-allergic effects of the pollution, ozone and humidity. Many patients say they feel great when they travel elsewhere, only to have symptoms come roaring back as soon as they return. So, if you're going to live in Houston because of your job, or because this is where your loved ones are, then successfully treating allergies may require you to be a bit more aggressive. That means paying equal attention to avoiding dust mites or mold that you're allergic to, avoiding non-allergic triggers (e.g., cigarette smoke, perfume, etc), and seeking medical help.

Patient resources.


Allergies.


Environmental allergies
Food allergies
Eye allergies
Other allergies
Allergy treatment options

Other information.


ACAAI resources
Educational brochures
Houston pollen count