Dr. Michael Pistner explains how to recognize the symptoms of a severe food allergy reaction in infants and toddlers.
When deciding whether to undergo allergy immunotherapy, it’s important to discuss the dosage amount of the treatment with your doctor.
ACTION ALERT: U.S. SENATE Passes S. 3451, the “Food Allergy Safety, Treatment, Education, and Research (FASTER) Act
On December 9th, the Food Allergy Safety, Treatment, Education, and Research (FASTER) Act took one step further to becoming law.
We invite you to take part in the NHLBI-sponsored PrecISE study to examine ways to treat people with severe asthma.
The National Institutes of Health released a focused update to its federal asthma guidelines. The updates are intended to improve asthma care.
Learn how a pharmacist can be an important part of your healthcare team, from improving access to drugs and finding ways to lower costs.
U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) issued new rules no longer recognizing emotional support animals as service animals.
Patients, caregivers, physicians and healthcare professionals are invited to take our survey to share their experiences using telehealth for asthma, allergy and related conditions.
In this recorded webinar, speakers give us a COVID-19 vaccine update including challenges in vaccination related to trust and health inequities.
Learn about the symptoms and treatment for reactions to poinsettia and how to avoid an allergic reaction to poinsettia during the holiday season.
The Not One More Life Trusted Messengers program offers free COVID-19, asthma and COPD online health screenings and telehealth support.