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.
Dr. Joseph Murray, a gastroenterologist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, offers some do’s and a definite don’t.
Ontario law ends practice of locking asthma medication in a principal’s office.
A food allergy reaction is a mysterious and potentially life-threatening response in which a person’s immune system overreacts to what… Read more »
There has been a major recall of 9 million pounds of beef and chicken frozen products.
Dr. Scott Sicherer takes on the top practical questions about the LEAP study findings.
Nearly half of asthmatic adults work in environments that can contribute to their disease, and yet very few of them… Read more »