In this webinar we’ll help you get ready for the coming school year! How can we work together at school to keep students with food allergies safe? Find out.
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.
Learn about how asthma severity is classified and determines treatment. Understand some of the terms your doctor may use when describing your asthma.
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.
Allergy & Asthma Network Partners with Weather Trends International Launch Asthma and Allergy Forecasting Index
Weather can play a key role in asthma and allergy symptoms and flu transmission. Find out the forecast in your area and learn how weather can trigger symptoms.
Learn about sesame allergy – how common it is; what are the signs and symptoms; how to read a label for sesame; and a current labeling update.
When allergy symptoms persist, one treatment option is allergen immunotherapy. There are two FDA-approved options for children: shots and tablets.
Researchers are seeking parents and/or caregivers of children with asthma to take a survey on how pediatric asthma is monitored.
Learn about antibody infusion therapy to combat COVID-19. We take an in-depth look at monoclonal antibodies and briefly review some treatments for those hospitalized with COVID-19.
Should people with asthma get the COVID-19 vaccine? When will it be available for people with asthma? Updated April 26, 2021.
Learn the latest guidance for the use of asthma masks during the COVID-19 pandemic. This post was updated on May 13, 2021.
Learn all about the available COVID-19 vaccines, side effects, ingredients, dosing and other issues of interest to people with allergies and asthma.