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Myth Busting with Allergist and Immunologist Dr. David Stukus | Ep. 10

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Dr. David Stukus, a pediatric allergist/immunologist, joins Dr. Josh Honaker on today’s podcast to share his knowledge in diagnosing and treating children with a variety of allergic conditions. Dr. Stukus is involved in multiple national organizations and is well known on social media for his popular ‘myth busting.’ You can find him on Twitter and Instagram @AllergyKidsDoc.

This episode features discussion about: 

  • Choosing a specialty - medical school and residency
  • Misinformation online 
  • Are there really hypoallergenic dogs?
  • Penicillin Allergy 
  • Advice to parents on conversation with pediatricians
  • How can physicians foster relationships with parents
  • Decision making together 
  • Educating yourself 

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