The Yellow Zone is the first sign your asthma is worsening. We spoke with Leonard Bacharier, MD, about managing asthma in the Yellow Zone.
It’s critical that people with asthma, especially schoolchildren, continue taking daily preventive asthma medication, even in summer when there may be fewer triggers.
Is the COVID-19 vaccine recommended for people with a history of anaphylaxis? Hear from board-certified allergist Purvi Parikh, MD.
Are there foods pregnant women should eat or avoid so as to prevent allergic disease in their children? We spoke with Angela Hogan, MD.
Eczema in people of color is treated the same in all patients – but there are special considerations. Allergist Kelly Maples, MD, explains.
Learn the common triggers of urticaria (hives) and angioedema (swelling of the skin) and find out how allergists can help you develop a treatment plan.
A board-certified allergists addresses the health risks of secondhand smoking and e-cigarette vaping on people with asthma.
Allergist and sleep medicine specialist Brian Robertson, MD explains what to watch for in children with sleep problems related to asthma, allergic rhinitis or eczema.
Learn the difference between the open-mouth vs. closed-mouth inhaler technique and why valved holding chambers or spacers are recommended for children.
What should a person with undiagnosed asthma expect when going to an allergist? William Berger, MD, takes you through a first visit.
Dr. Michael Pistner explains how to recognize the symptoms of a severe food allergy reaction in infants and toddlers.
Purvi Parikh, MD answers the Ask the Allergist question: What are the options available for dust mite immunotherapy?
Allergy & Asthma Network works closely with doctors who specialize in asthma and allergies. In our monthly Ask the Allergist interviews, we sit down with experts to answer frequently asked questions from patients. What’s the best inhaler technique for children? What is the connection between food allergies and eczema? What symptoms should parents watch for to recognize anaphylaxis in infants? Explore our Ask the Allergist section for answers and more.