christina2

Dr.Christina Pranger

PhD
An expert medical writer with a PhD in Allergology (Immunology), she pens down science and medicine through her writing. Read her contributions and writings about various healthcare topics.

Subscribe to stay up-to-date

Never miss out on the latest content by Dr.Christina Pranger. Subscribe to our email services and receive the latest updates delivered to your inbox.
pexels engin akyurt 4087417 1

Allergy: an overreaction of the body or overdiagnosis as a disease?

Allergy: An itch that goes around the world All over the world, allergies are counted as one of the most common chronic diseases that impact millions of people every day. What makes them so common is the fact that they are an umbrella term for a plethora of diseases with different subtypes and affecting different organs: allergic rhinitis or inhalant allergy (eyes, nose, and airways), allergic asthma (lungs and airways), food allergy (mouth, skin, and systematic symptoms), eosinophilic esophagitis (respiratory and digestive tract), anaphylaxis (systematic symptoms), atopic dermatitis (skin), insect allergy (skin and systematic symptoms),

Read More »
pexels engin akyurt 4087417 1

Allergy: an overreaction of the body or overdiagnosis as a disease?

Allergy: An itch that goes around the world All over the world, allergies are counted as one of the most common chronic diseases that impact millions of people every day. What makes them so common is the fact that they are an umbrella term for a plethora of diseases with different subtypes and affecting different organs: allergic rhinitis or inhalant allergy (eyes, nose, and airways), allergic asthma (lungs and airways), food allergy (mouth, skin, and systematic symptoms), eosinophilic esophagitis (respiratory and digestive tract), anaphylaxis (systematic symptoms), atopic dermatitis (skin), insect allergy (skin and systematic symptoms),

Read More »