Parents of students with food allergies are concerned about how COVID-19 protocols may affect the accommodations their children need as… Read more »
Updated Sept. 19: In the U.S., 74.5 percent of those 12 and older have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine… Read more »
April 25 Update: Following a safety review, the FDA and the CDC have lifted the pause in the use of… Read more »
When Jill Harman went to get her COVID-19 vaccine at an Ingles Market pharmacy in rural Georgia, she mentioned to… Read more »
Three top immunologists discuss allergy risks and the COVID-19 vaccines.
Updated Jan. 7: The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention gave an update during a Jan. 6 press briefing… Read more »
Updated Sept. 19 – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that almost 181 million people across the United… Read more »
Updated Dec. 30 – With the U.S. emergency approval late Dec. 13 of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine, the rollout of… Read more »
To food allergy families, the vigilance with the pandemic felt all too familiar – from wariness of an unseen enemy to frequent hand-washing.
Managing moderate-to-severe asthma and food allergies at school during normal times can be challenging, and COVID-19 is making it more… Read more »