The FDA has approved the first-ever respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) vaccine. It’s for adults 60 years of age and older.
Caution Urged on Study Linking Aluminum in Vaccines and Childhood Asthma
The study findings had key limitations in linking aluminum in vaccines and childhood asthma.
What vaccines are recommended for adults and children with asthma?
If you or your child has asthma or other chronic lung disease,...
RSV Vaccine Study for Children: Volunteers Needed
Volunteer your child for an RSV vaccine trial. We need your help as we work to find a vaccine that protects against RSV.
COVID-19 Clinical Trial Now Enrolling Volunteers
Are you unvaccinated against COVID-19? Never had COVID-19? If so, you could help evaluate a new preventive option – and be compensated for your effort.
COVID-19 Vaccine For Children: What Parents Need to Know
COVID-19 vaccines are now available for children ages 6 months and older. Here’s information on the vaccine effectiveness and risk of side effects.
COVID-19 Vaccine and Asthma: What You Need to Know
Should people with asthma get the COVID-19 vaccine? What about the booster shot? Will asthma medications interact with the vaccine? Updated 1-5-2022.
COVID-19 Vaccine Reported Allergic Reactions
The latest guidance for allergic reactions and anaphylaxis due to the Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines.
COVID-19 Vaccination and Treatment Trends Across the Globe
Speakers discussed COVID-19 across the world, the status of booster vaccines and what we know about monoclonal antibody treatment. Recorded October 14, 2021.
Ask the Allergist: COVID-19 Vaccine and Anaphylaxis
Is the COVID-19 vaccine recommended for people with a history of anaphylaxis? Hear from board-certified allergist Purvi Parikh, MD.
New Tool Helps People Make Informed Decision on COVID-19 Vaccine
Unsure about getting the COVID-19 vaccine? Our new Shared Decision Making tool is evidence-based and takes into account your cultural preferences and values.
Volunteers Needed for COVID-19 Vaccine Study
Help NIH researchers investigate allergic reactions to COVID-19 vaccines in people with and without allergies.
Vaccines are considered one of the greatest public health achievements of the 20th century. They are largely responsible for reducing deaths from many infectious diseases. Vaccines help provide protection from diseases such as tetanus, chicken pox, the flu and now COVID-19. For people living with asthma, allergies and related conditions, you may have questions about vaccine safety. Explore this page for news, resources and frequently asked questions about vaccines.