Seasonal allergies can occur year-round if you live in a warm climate. If you live in a cold climate, indoor allergens can trigger symptoms, too.
Join us on March 9th as we share the current state of COVID-19, look at current topics in care and explore the resources that the Network has to help.
Dr. Brian Robertson discussed the importance of sleep for those with allergies and asthma and important things to consider in getting a restful night’s sleep.
How to keep your allergy water bucket from overflowing? Adapt your immune system so that you are no longer sensitive to the substances to which you are allergic.
Why do allergy or cold medications like antihistamines make you drowsy and what can you do about it? This post was updated on Feb. 14, 2021.
The speaker discussed novel treatments as well as new approaches to asthma and allergy care that have emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s important to set your priority when treating more than one allergy with immunotherapy. Talk with your doctor to determine which allergy is most bothersome.
Updated USDA Dietary Guidelines recommend introduction of potential food allergens to children in the first year of life.
Listen to national experts discuss the COVID-19 vaccine issues related to allergic reactions, anaphylaxis and distribution issues.
The president has signed into law HR 2468, the school based allergies and asthma management program act (SAMPRO) to help schoolchildren with asthma.
Capt. Kirk from Weather Trends talks about challenges that the spring 2021 allergy season will pose for people with asthma & allergies.
Experts talk about the challenges for those living with the effects of COVID-19 long after the acute viral infection has resolved.