allergist

noun
al·ler·gist | \ ˈa-lər-jist \

Definition of allergist 

: a specialist in allergy

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This is actually the most likely way that someone will have an allergic reaction to peanuts on a plane, Todd Mahr, M.D., an allergist and immunologist with Gundersen Health, tells SELF. Korin Miller, SELF, "Southwest Airlines Is Finally Getting Rid of In-Flight Peanuts," 11 July 2018 An allergist can perform tests and may recommend shots or allergy tablets. Martin Finucane, BostonGlobe.com, "Ah-choo! Wednesday could be the beginning of shorter, but severe tree allergy season," 1 May 2018 An allergist can tell the difference just by a quick look up the nose. Maureen Langley, Post-Tribune, "Experts: Indiana's allergy season worse than usual this year," 3 July 2018 Media: Buzz 60 Dr. Scott Commins, an allergist and researcher at the University of North Carolina, told NPR the number of cases of ticks causing red meat allergies is around 5,000. Fernando Ramirez, Houston Chronicle, "Meat lovers beware: Bites from the Lone Star tick are on the rise," 25 June 2018 Once an allergist performed a blood test on the 51-year-old realtor, she was told to avoid all red meat products. Maria Pasquini, PEOPLE.com, "Red Meat Allergies Caused by Lone Star Tick Bites Are Increasing Across the U.S.," 25 June 2018 But more study will be needed to understand how allergies and autism, both on the rise, could be connected, pediatric allergist Scott H. Sicherer at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, told the American Journal of Managed Care. Lisa Gutierrez, kansascity, "Autism and food allergies are linked, study suggests. But which comes first?," 8 June 2018 Winders, who formerly was employed by Phadia, maintains that testing should be left to allergists, Prichard said. Patrick Danner, San Antonio Express-News, "United Allergy loses federal jury trial," 26 Mar. 2018 If over-the-counter remedies fail, some children may need to see an allergist for allergy shots and best practices for managing their allergy symptoms. Sheila Vilvens, Cincinnati.com, "Seven ways to help your child through allergy season," 1 May 2018

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1928, in the meaning defined above

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allergist

noun

English Language Learners Definition of allergist

medical : a doctor who is an expert in the treatment of allergies

allergist

noun
al·ler·gist | \ ˈa-lər-jist \

Kids Definition of allergist

: a medical doctor who specializes in treating allergies

allergist

noun
al·ler·gist | \ -jəst \

Medical Definition of allergist 

: a specialist in allergy

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