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- Allergy Shots & Tablets (Immunotherapy)
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- Peanut Allergies
- Peanut Allergies
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- Severe Reactions, Anaphylaxis & Epinephrine
- Shellfish Allergies
- Skin Allergies
- Skin Symptoms (Itching, Hives, Etc)
- Go to You Can’t Exercise if You Have Asthma – And Other Myths You Should Know
You Can’t Exercise if You Have Asthma – And Other Myths You Should Know
Asthma is a serious condition that affects more than 26 million Americans – more than 8 percent of the population.
- Go to Social and Emotional Impacts of Allergic Disease
Social and Emotional Impacts of Allergic Disease
If managing the social and emotional impacts of your atopic condition feels stressful and overwhelming, know that you’re not alone.
- Go to Allergies and Asthma are Bigger Summer Camp Challenges than Homesickness
Allergies and Asthma are Bigger Summer Camp Challenges than Homesickness
Finding the right camp for your child with allergies or asthma can seem daunting, depending on how serious their symptoms are.
- Go to Double Duty Spring Cleaning: Keep Healthy and Tidy
Double Duty Spring Cleaning: Keep Healthy and Tidy
Allergy season can last all year for those sensitive to indoor allergens, but it can worsen in the spring when pollen becomes an issue.
- Go to What does asthma have to do with your allergies? Probably a lot.
What does asthma have to do with your allergies? Probably a lot.
While the two may not seem related, studies show about two-thirds or more of those with asthma also have an allergy.
- Go to Before School Starts, Train all the Brains for Allergies and Asthma
Before School Starts, Train all the Brains for Allergies and Asthma
An allergy or asthma action plan doesn’t do any good if it’s not shared with the people who can act on it.
- Go to Kids with Allergies and Asthma Can Have Fun without the Fright
Kids with Allergies and Asthma Can Have Fun without the Fright
What’s definitely not so fun for parents of kids with food allergies are the potential dangers lurking in Halloween candy and party treats.
- Go to Late Summer is the Time to Start Preparing for Fall Ragweed Season
Late Summer is the Time to Start Preparing for Fall Ragweed Season
Considered the most allergenic of all pollens, ragweed pops up throughout the East and Midwest starting in mid-August.
- Go to No special precautions needed for flu shots for people allergic to eggs
No special precautions needed for flu shots for people allergic to eggs
Overwhelming evidence has shown that a flu shot poses no greater risk to those with egg allergy than those without.
- Go to Are Your Allergies and Asthma Ready for College?
Are Your Allergies and Asthma Ready for College?
If attending college means leaving your hometown, you need to start thinking about how you’ll manage your allergy or asthma symptoms.