New guidelines call for schools and child-care centers to have staff training on anaphylaxis, allergy action plans, and epinephrine available… Read more »
Tag: Dr. Susan Waserman
Experts’ Viewpoint on: Epinephrine Auto-Injector Needle Length and Dosing Debate
Experts weigh in on epinephrine auto-injector needle length and dosing debate after coroner’s inquest following tragic death. As board-certified allergists… Read more »
Reader Roundup: Our Top 10 Ask the Allergist Questions
Following is a roundup of our most popular food allergy Ask the Allergist questions with Allergic Living leading allergist contributors.… Read more »
Video: Former OIT Patient on the Struggles and Triumphs of Journey
Boy describes the life-changing experience of an oral immunotherapy trial for peanut allergy.
A Gathering of Food Allergy Minds: From Latest Research to Patient Stresses
How many times have we heard the expression “two heads are better than one?” In late October 2017, I had… Read more »
Precautionary Allergy Labels Cause Widespread Confusion
Consumer survey shows many take risks with ‘may contain’ allergen labels.
The Allergens to Watch – Sesame to Lentils and More
From the Allergic Living archives; this popular article was first published in the magazine in 2010 and updated in 2016.… Read more »