How to help your child manage spring allergies

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Today’s guest blogger is Joanna Johnson, MD, FAAAAI, Allergist, Pulmonology & Allergy, St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children... Read more

Here’s how to potentially make spring allergies less painful

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Today’s guest blogger is Alana Jones, DO, a pediatric allergist at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children. With the spring-like... Read more

Can supplements taken during pregnancy ward off asthma for my child?

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More and more, scientists are discovering that asthma is a very varied disease, in character of presentation and in severity. The factors that... Read more

The best way to treat eczema and introduce peanuts for babies

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Good news on allergies and eczema in young children keeps coming this winter. Eczema—superficial dry itching skin made much worse by... Read more

The 12 allergens of Christmas

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The holidays are a wonderful time of year filled with visiting loved ones, great food, and timeless traditions. It’s also a time of year... Read more

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