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Low Vitamin D vs skin cancer Dr Jackie shines a light on it today at 4 at NBC4 Washington #vitaminddeficiency   #skincancer   #nbcwashington  #drjackie

Forget shark week, because bee week is all summer long. #allergies   #bees   #sting  

Hot mess? Sweaty? Stinky? Skip the ice coffee and tune in today NBC Washington​ as our Dr. Jackie Eghrari-Sabet talks about how    to stay cool and clean, sweat less and smell better! #NBC4   #staycool   #sweatless   #smellbetter   #cool   #sweat   #smell  

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It's been a brutal season if you're allergic to grass pollen, especially where your eyes are concerned. Dr. Jackie Eghrari-Sabet shares how you can tell whether your eyes are affected by allergies, or you might have an infection. #eyes   #allergies   #pinkeye   #nbc4   #nbcwashington  

Watch NBC4 Washington at 4 pm to see our own Doctor Jackie focus on eye allergy and pink eye! #eyeallergy   #pinkeye   #nbc4   #nbcwashington   #doctorjackie   #drjackie  

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Top 10 reasons to tackle your allergies now according to a new NBC4 video in which Dr. Jackie Eghrari-Sabet of Family Allergy & Asthma Care​ tells us what to do during the approaching allergy season which this year could be particularly tough due to all the snow we’ve had.  #allergyseason  

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What you need to know about non-prescription allergy relief: Believe (some of) the hype about the newly-accessible steroid nasal sprays. Expect to pay more. There’s a right way to use these sprays. Antihistamines still have a role. Be careful with decongestants. Keep your medical providers in the loop. #nonprescription   #allergyrelief  

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Dr. Jackie Eghrari- Sabet of Family Allergy & Asthma Care in Gaithersburg explains a recent study that says parents should expose children to peanuts at a young age to prevent allergies. #peanuts   #allergies   #research  

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The measles outbreak has a lot of people talking and it’s raised a lot of questions about our children’s health. In this NBC4 interview with Pat Muse, Dr. Jackie Eghrari-Sabet of Family Allergy & Asthma Care in Gaithersburg, Maryland, explains how you can tell the difference between a child’s rash and measles, and answers some of our question. ‪#‎measles‬ 
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