Apr 5, 2012

Allergies come in many different forms.

But the majority of allergy inducers can be divided into two different groups; ones you breathe into your lungs, others that you swallow into your stomach.

We talk with experts on both.

Peter Heymann, M.D., M.P.H. - Allergist and Immunologist.  Director of the Division of Pediatric Allergy at the University of Virginia.

Amy Stallings, M.D. - Allergist and Immunologist at the University of Virginia’s Division of Allergy, Immunology and Asthma.


Additional Contributor:

Greg Gelburd, D.O. - Family-practice physician who combines use of conventional western medicine with "complimentary" treatments, including homeopathy. Co-founder of the Charlottesville-based Downtown Family Health Care Center.