Hello Dr Kagen – My 4 year old daughter coughs lot during the night or after eating food, the coughing will happen when she catches cold – but cold will go but her coughing will be there for longtime. Our doctor told us that she could have mild persistent asthma, [read more…]
Dear Dr. Kagen, I visited my general practitioner for allergy problems I have been experiencing for approximately 3 years. The symptoms are: Sinus and head pressure, swollen irritated eyes, sleeping, groggy feeling, rundown, some dizziness etc. This occurs all year long and doesn’t seem to be triggered by any one [read more…]
Welcome! We’re glad to see you… Feel free to ask me your questions about allergies, asthma, food allergies or any other topic about your immune system. We’re here to help you learn more and feel better. Steve Kagen, M.D.
Sinus is an ancient Roman word that means sewer. We humans have sewers, or sinuses, in our heads to humidify and warm incoming air.