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  • Children with food allergies may get relief with new treatment

    Children with food allergies may get relief with new treatment
    For people with multiple food allergies, new research suggests that a drug already approved for asthma and chronic hives may protect against severe reactions to peanuts, eggs, milk and other foods.
  • Special Toothpaste May Lower Risk of Allergic Reactions for Adults with Peanut Allergy

    Special Toothpaste May Lower Risk of Allergic Reactions for Adults with Peanut Allergy
    Oral immunotherapy for peanut allergy – introducing small amounts of peanut over a period of time to cause less of a reaction if the person eats something with peanut – has been used by allergists for years to help desensitize those with peanut allergy.
  • Asthma Devices and How They Work

    Asthma Devices and How They Work
    Most of the commonly used asthma medications are inhalers. These devices deliver medications directly to the lungs, allowing them to work only where they are needed.
  • How to introduce peanuts to Infants?

    How to introduce peanuts to Infants?
    Introducing peanut products to your baby early in life can help prevent him from developing a peanut allergy later on. Ask your doctor when it is right to introduce peanut products for the first time.
  • Health Headlines: New hope for children with peanut allergies

    Health Headlines: New hope for children with peanut allergies
    More than five and a half million kids have a food allergy, that’s about one in 13 kids, or one or two kids in every single classroom. Even though more than 170 foods have been reported to cause allergies, eggs, milk, and peanuts are the most common.
  • 5 Travel Tips for Patients With Asthma

    5 Travel Tips for Patients With Asthma
    If you have a trip lined up and are worried about your asthma flaring up as you travel, this is for you. Here are five travel tips to keep your symptoms at bay on your trip.
  • 7 Tips to Prevent an Eczema Flare-Up

    7 Tips to Prevent an Eczema Flare-Up
    While there’s no cure for eczema, that doesn’t mean you can’t control your disease. Although winter’s cold, dry weather is extra challenging when you have eczema, these seven tips can help you prevent flare-ups.
  • What Should I Do About Rashes and Hives?

    What Should I Do About Rashes and Hives?
    You don’t have to live with the discomfort and embarrassment of rashes and hives. Learn about the conditions and situations that trigger these skin irritations and how you can achieve long-term relief from annoying symptoms.
  • 5 Symptoms That Could Mean You Are Suffering From Sinusitis

    5 Symptoms That Could Mean You Are Suffering From Sinusitis
    Is your runny nose and congestion caused by a cold, allergies, or a sinus infection? Your allergist will know for sure, but there are symptoms you can watch for that may help you decide when it’s time to see the doctor.
  • What's the Difference Between Seasonal and Perennial Allergies?

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    Ah, spring is over, and you think you’ll soon have relief from your runny nose and watery eyes. But what does it mean when your allergy symptoms won’t go away? Learn the difference between seasonal and perennial allergies.
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