Dr. Michael Pistner explains how to recognize the symptoms of a severe food allergy reaction in infants and toddlers.
It can be overwhelming for some people to manage their asthma, allergies or eczema on a daily basis. Learn how to find help.
Allison Ramsey, MD, FACAAI talks about penicillin allergy and the importance of testing to confirm if you really have a penicillin allergy.
Dr. Don Bukstein advises parents on how to get their adolescent or teen to take on more responsibility of managing their allergies or asthma.
Allergist Allison Ramsey answers the question: What is the connection between food allergies and eczema (atopic dermatitis), especially in young children?
Q: Eczema is common among all races, but some groups are more at risk. What are some of the unique...
What should people with asthma know about taking oral corticosteroid medication? Allergist Purvi Parikh, MD, explains their side effects, as well as alternative medications to discuss with a doctor.
Dr. Douglas Jones responds to the Ask the Allergist question: what questions should patients and parents ask about undergoing food allergy immunotherapy?
Q: What are some specific benefits of using telehealth for people with asthma and allergies? Tania...
William E. Berger, MD answers the Ask the Allergist question: when should patients start taking allergy medication – before or during their allergy season?
Q: How can asthma patients determine if biologic medications are right for them? Don Bukstein, MD:...
Purvi Parikh, MD answers the Ask the Allergist question: What are the options available for dust mite immunotherapy?