Allergy Mythbusters with Dr. Jain of Columbia Allergy


Editor’s Note: This video is part of the ongoing allergy series in partnership with Columbia Allergy. To learn more about allergies, eczema, and related topics, please refer to our Allergy Guide!


On our recent visit to the Columbia Allergy clinic in Redwood City, we sat down with Dr. Sanjeev Jain to address the top 10 allergy myths we have gathered. Ever wondered which food is considered the most “dangerous” to be allergic to? Or whether there’s a cure for allergies? Can we still develop allergies in our 40s? Find out the answer to these questions and much more during the video below:



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After spending over a decade overseas, Pauline was repatriated to the San Francisco Bay Area in 2019 with her husband, a Bay Area native, and their cheeky son. Pauline grew up in Toronto, Canada, and has held various positions - from environmental governance to marketing and public relations to brand management and corporate strategy - in the themed attractions and entertainment industry (the business of fun!). When she is not mom-ing at home and on San Francisco Bay Area Moms, Pauline enjoys traveling, photography, sports, music, going to the beach, visiting theme parks and attractions, exploring new places, and feasting around town.


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