Free Lecture for Children's Allergies To Be Held In New Hampshire

A free lecture about pediatrics and allergies will be held in Exeter, New Hampshire, on June 3. The public is encouraged to attend and submit questions.

The lecture, titled Pediatrics & Children's Allergies, will be held on June 3, 2015, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the conference room at the Hampton Inn & Suites in Exeter.

Speaking will be presenters to include Alexander Bonesho, MD, of Core Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine; Nicola Vogel, MD, of Core Allergy & Immunology; Taraneh Azar, MD, of Comprehensive Otolaryngology & Audiology; and Eileen Behan, RD, of Core Nutrition Counseling.

A question-and-answer session will follow.

Register to attend

The lecture and participation in the Q&A period are free, but guests must register to attend. Call 603-580-6668 or email healthreach@ehr.org to register. A question or area of interest you'd like explored can be submitted at that time.

Source: SeaCoastOnline.com

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