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Baz Allergy in the Media

Dr. Baz and the team at Baz Allergy, Asthma and Sinus Center have been interviewed for their expert opinions many times over the years.   The doctors at Baz Allergy have shared information on allergies, asthma, the effects on air pollution or wildfire smoke on our health as well as having offered lifestyle tips to stay healthy and breathe easy.

Dr. Baz interviewed by KSEE 24: Air quality in South Fresno (6/24/22)

Dr. Baz interviewed by KSEE 24 (partnering with The Fresno Bee) about the air quality in South Fresno.   The entire article can be viewed here.

Dr. Baz interviewed on KSEE 24: National Asthma Awareness Month (5/5/22)

Nearly 26-million Americans are living with asthma. The Central Valley is considered an asthma hot spot because of our poor air quality.

The full article can be found here

Dr. Baz interviewed by ABC30: Air Quality may trigger Asthma (5/3/22)

Dr. Baz interviewed by ABC 30 Action News about how the poor air quality in the Valley triggering new asthma cases.  Full article here. 

Dr. Baz interviewed on KSEE 24: High heat may frustrate allergy sufferers (3/25/22)

High temps in early spring may frustrate allergy sufferers.

The full article can be found here

Dr. Baz interviewed by KSEE 24: Seasonal heat records broken (3/25/22)

Dr. Baz interviewed by KSEE 24 about high temps very early in the season.   The entire article can be viewed here.

New antibody treatment for people ages 12 and older, who are immunocompromised or allergic to the vaccine available at Baz Allergy, Asthma and Sinus Center(3/4/22)

A new COVID treatment that Fresno’s Interim Health Officer said is key to keeping the most vulnerable from being infected is being underutilized in Fresno County.

The full article can be found here

Dr. Baz interviewed by KSEE 24: Air Pollution issues on California Clean Air Day (10/6/21)

Dr. Baz interviewed by KSEE 24: Focus on Air Pollution on California Clean Air Day.  Full article here. 

Dr. Baz interviewed on FOX26: Is it Allergies or is it COVID-19?

Allergies seem to be affecting the Valley this year more than in years past, and certain symptoms can overlap those of the coronavirus, which may make it difficult to distinguish the two.

The full article can be found here