Allergy & Asthma Network’s virtual asthma coaching program is part of Trusted Messengers, a vital health equity initiative.
Clinical trials are research studies. They check the safety and effectiveness of new ways to...
The device will offer a new treatment option for people who prefer a needle-free way to treat anaphylaxis.
AERD Awareness Day encourages healthcare professionals and patients to stay vigilant in identifying, understanding and managing AERD.
New CEO Lynda Mitchell is a seasoned executive with extensive experience leading nonprofit organizations in the allergy and asthma community,
Learn the importance of preparing your skin before, during and after exercise to help reduce the risk of eczema flare-ups and keep your skin healthy.
The FDA has approved respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) vaccines for older adults and an RSV monoclonal antibody for infants and young children.
The only way for people with latex allergy to prevent symptoms is strict avoidance of latex. Learn more during Latex Allergy Awareness Week.
If you have an expired medicine, it’s not safe to use it. Expired medicine can be dangerous for people with asthma and severe allergies.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers has signed into law a measure that expands the availability of epinephrine – and who can administer it – in schools and other public spaces.
Prepare for a safe and healthy school year with Allergy & Asthma Network’s school planning resources, available on our website.
If you have moderate to severe asthma, learn why getting your flu shot is especially important due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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