Learn how you can minimize risk and maximize safety at Halloween when you have a child with a food allergy, asthma or latex allergy.
“Getting to Know Latex Allergy” is the theme of this year’s Latex Allergy Awareness Week from Sunday, Oct. 4 to Saturday, Oct. 10.
New FDA guidelines for healthcare professionals during COVID-19 loosen latex allergy standards, especially for glove use.
Information and tips for avoiding exposure to latex if you have a latex allergy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Includes a tip sheet you can download.
Dr. Sandra Gawchuk answers the Ask the Allergist question: What do patients with latex allergy need to know about cross-reactivity with fruits & vegetables?
Learn how major airlines are accomodating travelers with asthma and allergies as well as tips to minimize risk and maximize safety while traveling.
The Network announces Latex Allergy Awareness Week, beginning Sunday, Oct. 6. The theme for 2020 is “Latex Allergy: Awareness, Avoidance, Action, Advocacy.”
Learn more about a new study that shows exposure to heat in a car on a sunny day can decrease the concentration of epinephrine in auto-injectors.
Dr. Kevin Kelly presented an overview of natural rubber latex, components, and manufacture; the clinical presentation of latex allergy and related topics.
Dr. Michael Zacharisen reviewed the main source of natural rubber latex (NRL), seven products made with NRL and latex-fruit syndrome.
VIENNA, VA (August 1, 2018) – Allergy & Asthma Network announces Latex Allergy Awareness Week...
By Michael Zacharisen, MD Dining out is meant to be festive and relaxing, not a burden or a time...