The National Heart Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) convened the National Asthma Education and Prevention Program (NAEPP) Expert Panel 4 (EPR-4) Working Group in 2018 to update asthma treatment guidelines.
How well do you understand your child’s asthma medications? Many parents don’t know essential details. Resources from Allergy & Asthma Network can help.
The Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine is now available for children ages 12-15. Here’s information on the vaccine’s effectiveness and risk of side effects.
When allergy symptoms persist, one treatment option is allergen immunotherapy. There are two FDA-approved options for children: shots and tablets.
With spring fast approaching, here are four questions to ask yourself about allergy treatments, testing and immunotherapy.
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.
Learn the difference between the open-mouth vs. closed-mouth inhaler technique and why valved holding chambers or spacers are recommended for children.
Dr. John Kelso will discusses COVID-19 vaccines and the challenges we need to overcome related to vaccine hesitancy.
Scientific advances in allergy are constantly evolving. Evidence-based practice can help doctors and patients come to a shared decision on allergy immunotherapy.
The speaker reviews the implications of labeling patients with a penicillin allergy and how to approach delabeling.
Learn more about allergen immunotherapy treatments for environmental allergies. Both shots and under-the-tongue tablets are available.
Many people have penicillin allergy listed on their medical records and it could be completely wrong. Here is how it happens and what you need to know about penicillin allergy testing.