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- 1.4 COVID-19 Vaccine Reported Allergic Reactions
- 1.5 Latex Allergy Awareness Week is Oct. 3-9: Preventing Exposure Is Key
- 1.6 Allergy & Asthma Network Receives PCORI Award to Engage Hispanic Americans in COVID-19 and Asthma Research
- 1.7 New Webinar – New Treatments in Atopic Dermatitis
- 1.8 New Webinar – Asthma & COVID-19: Care & Education at Appropriate Literacy Levels
- 1.9 Anaphylaxis = Epinephrine: Treating a Severe Allergic Reaction
- 1.10 How Social Determinants of Health Impact Asthma and Eczema Care
- 1.11 6 Food Allergy Myths
- 1.12 Allergy & Asthma Day Capitol Hill 2022: Urging Congress to Expand Access to Care, Better Support Patients
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News, News Mentions and Press Releases
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The latest guidance for allergic reactions and anaphylaxis due to the Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines.
The only way for people with latex allergy to prevent symptoms is strict avoidance of latex. Learn more during Latex Allergy Awareness Week Oct. 3-9.
Allergy & Asthma Network Receives PCORI Award to Engage Hispanic Americans in COVID-19 and Asthma Research
Allergy & Asthma Network will host a virtual conference series to engage Hispanic Americans in asthma and COVID-19 research.
Join us for a free webinar on Wednesday, June 22, 2022. Dr. Luz Fonacier will share the latest advances in medical care of atopic dermatitis in skin of color.
Free webinar on Thursday, June 16, 2022 with Dr. Michael Bowman on how to provide appropriate clinical care and patient education to best reach each person and improve health outcomes.
It happened again. A 14-year-old boy with a known peanut allergy ate a granola bar at school, showed signs and symptoms of anaphylaxis, and did not survive. Allergic reactions to food are common at school. One in 12 children come to school with a food allergy. Of...
A recent study found that health literacy is often a barrier to asthma and eczema care in Black and Hispanic/Latino communities.
Approximately 32 million Americans live with at least one food allergy. This includes 10.8% of adults and 7.6% of children. People can have non-allergic reactions to foods, known as food intolerances. These often get mistaken as a...
Allergy & Asthma Day Capitol Hill 2022: Urging Congress to Expand Access to Care, Better Support Patients
Join us virtually for our 25th annual advocacy day to connect with Congress and support patients with asthma, allergies, COVID-19 and related conditions.
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