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Posted on: May 7, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Allergy symptom advice and treatment available at LiveHealth Online

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May 7, 2018 — The online service offering live doctor consultations, LiveHealth Online, begins offering allergy-specific help in May 2018. Use your smart phone, tablet, or computer to go to LiveHealth Online to see a doctor about common ailments without leaving home. 

With LiveHealth Online Allergy, you have access to board-certified doctors on demand, 24 hours a day. These doctors are knowledgeable about the latest trends in allergy treatments. To use this new practice, sign up or log into LiveHealth Online through the website or the free mobile app. Once logged in, select LiveHealth Online Allergy. Doctors can assess your condition, provide a treatment plan and send prescriptions to the pharmacy, if needed.

Allergy symptoms occur when the immune system reacts to a foreign substance, like pollen, bee venom, pet dander, or some medications. Severity can range from minor to life-threatening. In any emergency, you should always call 911 or head to the nearest ER. But for minor allergy symptoms, LiveHealth Online Allergy is a fast, convenient and less expensive alternative. 

LiveHealth Online Allergy offers:

  • Visits for members in all 50 states.
  • 24/7 access to board-certified doctors.
  • Costs of $49 or less, depending on the health plan.
  • Prescriptions after consultation.
  • Allergy product coupons from Johnson and Johnson.

Use LiveHealth Online for a video visit with a board-certified doctor or therapist on your smartphone, tablet or computer with a webcam. Sign up for free.

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