The Doctor Is In

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Cough and cold season is officially here and Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy is here to help by offering its Doctor Is In online help service. Starting this week through March 1st, 2013, Dr. Jennifer Collins, MD, who specializes in allergy and immunology, is on-call and ready to help answer all of your medically-related cough and cold questions including how to shorten the duration of the common cold.

The Doctor is In is a free service that can be found on Cold-EEZE’s Facebook Page that allows users to ask questions relating to their common cold concerns by simply filling out the questionnaire form displayed. Every week, Dr. Collins will respond to your inquires in an effort to provide cold solutions and help you get well sooner.

Additionally, users can utilize various keywords such as “cold prevention” or “cold remedies” to search through the Doctor Is In knowledgebase section to view previous questions and answers from Dr. Collins to learn more about their cold symptoms and how to start getting healthy.

So this winter season, whether you’re feeling a tickle in your throat, suffering from endless sniffling or sneezing or just want to learn how to shorten a cold, log on to, click on the Doctor Is In tab and pay a quick visit to Dr. Collins for advice on how to kick your cold to the curb.

Meet Dr. Collins, MD
Dr. Jennifer Collins, MD practices allergy and immunology in New York City where she sees patients with recurrent colds, nasal congestion and sore throats on a daily basis. As a board certified internist and allergy and asthma specialist, Dr. Collins has a unique perspective on diagnosing and treating coughs and colds. She received her doctorate of medicine from Medical College of Virginia-Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. She went on to train in internal medicine with Beth Israel Medical Center in NY, NY and then received fellowship training in allergy and immunology and Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center in Bronx, NY. After graduation she joined the faculty at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary as an Assistant Professor.

Her interests include the allergic sinus disease, asthma, hives, skin allergy, and food allergies. She particularly is interested in identifying the cause of and finding the correct treatments of the common cold because she understands how the symptoms affect all aspects of a person’s life from personal relationships, sleep, work and school. She is a diplomate of the American Board of Allergy and Immunology and the American Board of Internal Medicine. She is an active member of the Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology and the College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology. She maintains a professional blog, “Itchy and Scratchy,” where she provides information and advice on fighting allergies and asthma in New York City.