Allergy and Asthma Conditions

What are Allergies? 

Allergies occur when your immune system reacts to a foreign substance, which is normally harmless. These substances can include pollen, mold, animal/pet dander, bee venom, certain foods and latex.


Asthma is a condition that affects a person's airways. Airways become inflamed, narrow, and swell and produce extra mucus, making it difficult for the person to breathe.

Conditions We Treat at Baptist Health

Baptist Health treats a vast array of allergy and asthma conditions. We invite you to learn more about some of the conditions we treat, and ask your provider for any additional information.

Conditions we treat

Baptist Health treats a variety of medical conditions relating to asthma and allergies.

  • Animal and Insect Allergies

    Dissociative disorders involve problems with memory, identity, emotion, perception, behavior and sense of self.

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  • Drug and Alcohol Allergies

    Mental disorders among children can affect the way children typically learn, behave, or handle their emotions.

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  • Skin Allergies

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  • Eye Allergies

    Eating disorders are characterized by eating, exercising and body weight or shape becoming an unhealthy preoccupation of someone's life.

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  • Food Allergies

    Major and mild neurocognitive disorders can occur with several medical conditions.

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  • Indoor/Outdoor Allergies

    Mood disorders affect emotional stability and interfere with one's ability to function. A person may feel extremely sad, irritable or depressed. And, they may have periods of excessive happiness.

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  • Asthma

    A disorder characterized by unwanted thoughts or sensations that lead to compulsive behaviors.

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