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About Dr. Summit Shaw

Allergy doctor Summit Shah, MD specializes in allergy diagnosis and treatment that affect both adults and children, including drug allergies, hay fever, asthma, venom allergies, sinus disease, and more. Dr. Shah founded the Allergy Department at the Chalmers P. Wylie VA in Columbus, OH, where he is still an active member of the staff. Dr. Shah also actively practices at Dublin Methodist Hospital, Nationwide Children’s’ Hospital, Mt. Carmel St. Ann’s Hospital, and Riverside Hospital. His areas of interest are pediatric food allergies and eczema. Dr. Shah, a Columbus native, graduated as valedictorian from Bishop Watterson High School before attending Ohio State University, where he earned a Bachelor’s with Honors. A Buckeye through and through, he stayed at OSU for medical school. After earning his MD from the College of Medicine at Ohio State, Dr. Shah underwent a residency program in Boston as well as a fellowship training program at the renowned Scripps Clinic in San Diego, CA, where he trained under acclaimed experts in allergy and immunology. An allergy doctor by profession, Dr. Shah also enjoys cheering on the Buckeyes, golfing, and scuba diving. Dr Shah resides in Columbus with his wife, who is a graduate of Dublin Coffman high school and the Ohio State University College of Pharmacy. They have two daughters, Saanvi and Saaya.

Tips for Avoiding Food Allergies

“Knowledge” is key to keeping yourself and others safe from food allergens. It is necessary to think about allergen avoidance at every meal and social gathering. Accidents can happen, but being educated and prepared goes a long way in maintaining safety. Constant vigilance is needed to consider the safety of foods at each meal and [...]

By | May 16th, 2016|Food Allergies|0 Comments

Does A Peanut Allergy mean an Allergy to Seeds also?

First, let's learn the confusing meaning of nuts, seeds and legumes. This is especially confusing for allergic patients (and parents) who are trying to decide what foods to avoid. For example, "legume" is used to describe peanut as well as peas, chickpeas, and soy, yet also includes wattles and the black bean tree of Queensland. [...]

By | March 29th, 2016|Allergies, Food Allergies|0 Comments

Can my baby be allergic to my breastmilk?

The simplified answer is, No, your baby cannot be allergic to your breastmilk. Instead, however, your baby can possibly be allergic or sensitive to a protein in mom's milk due to something in mom's diet. In the rare instances this occurs, the most common culprit is cow's milk (ice cream, cheese, smoothies, etc.) While this [...]

By | March 29th, 2016|Food Allergies|0 Comments

Spring means allergy misery for some

Spring usually is a welcomed time of year, but for some people with seasonal allergies it means sneezes, congestion, runny noses and other symptoms that make them feel miserable. About 50 million Americans suffer from some type of allergy, the most common of which presents itself this time of year when triggers such as tree [...]

By | March 21st, 2016|Allergies|0 Comments

New Evidence for Vibration Allergies

Scientists from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have discovered a genetic mutation that causes for a very rare type of allergy - an allergy to vibration. The team of scientists, who were specifically housed at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) published their [...]

By | March 18th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

‘Gluten-Free’ Now Means What It Says – FDA

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By | March 4th, 2016|Food Allergies|0 Comments

Dietary Vitamin D Can Reduce Allergy Development

Vitamin D, also known as the sunshine vitamin, has long been linked to allergies. Studies have shown that children who live farther from the equator are more likely to develop allergies and suffer higher rates of hospital admissions due to allergic reactions.  From November through February, it is thought that people in the north (at [...]

By | March 4th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

The Pulmometer

Alfred Beaumont {1815-1962} A.B. Maddock, Practical observations on the efficacy of medicated inhalations in the treatment of pulmonary cosumption, asthma, bronchitis, chronic cough, and other diseases of the respiratory organs...London: Simpkin & Marshall, 1844 Plate, p.45: the pulmometer

By | March 2nd, 2016|Asthma|0 Comments

Sir J. Floyer, A treatise on the asthma

"I have assign' d the immediate Cause of the Asthma, to the Straitness, Compression, or Constriction of the Bronchia . . ." SIR JOHN FLOYER in the dedication to A Treatise of the Asthma, 1698

By | March 2nd, 2016|Asthma|0 Comments

Potter’s Asthma Cure

By | March 2nd, 2016|Asthma|0 Comments