What’s the best way to control asthma?

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Reducing an asthmatic child’s exposure to indoor allergens and pollutants, such as dust mites and second hand smoke, can be as effective... Read more

Oral immunotherapy for peanut allergy: Is it time?

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A recent study in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology showed promising results for the use of oral immunotherapy (OIT) as a potentially... Read more

Back to school: Updates for using epinephrine auto-injectors

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As summer wraps up, it’s important to start preparing up-to-date information about your child’s food allergies to share with school... Read more

Itchy, red eyes: Infection or allergies?

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With spring at its peak and tree pollen in the air, many children are suffering from itchy, watery, red, and swollen eyes. If your child is... Read more

Tips for families flying with food, seasonal allergies

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Flying with children always involves some preparation, but flying with a child with a food allergy requires doing more prep work for a safe... Read more

Making sense of food allergy research in the news

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Recently, there was a news release from HealthDay that described the administration of hydrolyzed egg to egg allergic children. In the study... Read more

Reactions to antibiotics: What you need to know

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When there is a question about possible allergy to antibiotics such as penicillin and amoxicillin, it is important to narrow down the many... Read more

Understanding ‘exercise-induced asthma’ in kids

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Although this winter has been relatively mild so far, at least on the East Coast, cold weather is inevitably going to come. When it does, how... Read more