To help you get the most out of that first visit, Allergic Living asked leading allergists for their recommendations – and what they wish patients knew before stepping into their offices.
We speak to expert Dr. Jonathan Spergel at the University of Pennsylvania, who explains everything from EoE’s status as a food allergy to why some EoE patients need feeding tubes.
It’s time to warm up to the idea of experiencing life with food allergies.
In a new study, only 16 percent of epinephrine users and 7 percent of inhaler users administered their medication perfectly.
You’ve just come home from the doctor’s office. You have a white prescription slip for an EpiPen and a newly diagnosed sesame allergy for your child.