Emergency medicine expert Dr. Julie Brown answers all your epinephrine questions.
Ragweed is the super-villain of allergy plants, able to marshal millions of pollen grains and spread misery far and wide.… Read more »
When my oldest son went to kindergarten, I questioned everything. Would he miss me? How would he do on the… Read more »
Read about one family’s experience with an extreme form picky eating called avoidant-restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID). As a child… Read more »
From antihistamines, to sprays, rinses and shots. Finding relief from spring allergy symptoms.
Researchers are finding astonishing evidence that tiny gut microbes may hold the key to preventing – or even curing –… Read more »
Updated January, 2022 – A blood test called “epitope mapping” accurately predicted peanut allergy 93 percent of the time, a… Read more »
AS A preteen, Mary Morris would start to cough during ballet class and be forced to take a break for… Read more »
While field trips have the potential for danger, they are an important part of your child’s education, and worth the effort.
As students increasingly have multiple food allergies, we investigate the solutions to a safe, inclusive environment.