Understanding symptoms and getting a proper diagnosis and treatment plan are the best line of defense against chronic body hives.
Brian Hom and his family flew down to Los Cabos, Mexico, in 2008 to celebrate their son BJ’s 18th birthday and graduation from high school. On the first night, the family ate dinner and went for a walk. BJ told his dad that his throat hurt, and Hom went to the gift shop to buy… Read more »
Back to school can be a time of heightened stress. Here’s a wealth of resources from the allergists and others who attended our Twitter party
New research suggests that when a child experiences anaphylaxis, either the severity of the allergic response or delay in getting epinephrine are key risk factors in whether the child will go on to have a biphasic (or secondary) anaphylactic reaction.
Allergic Living has scoured the shelves to bring you our top picks for sunscreens for allergy-prone or sensitive skin.
Dr. Joseph Murray, a gastroenterologist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, offers some do’s and a definite don’t.
When technology meets allergic life peace of mind and new friends follow. Check out some great new tech tools, as previously reviewed in Allergic Living magazine by website coordinator Courtney Born. Mindful Monitor The Veta Smart Case isn’t your ordinary EpiPen holder. The high-tech case uses sensors and Bluetooth connection to signal your phone with… Read more »
Ontario law ends practice of locking asthma medication in a principal’s office.
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