Sweeping report calls on FDA, CDC and other agencies to develop food allergy guidelines and expand training.
Severe reactions to foods among kids climbed by 285 percent.
Almost half of youngsters could consume 10 times more peanut than at start of study.
Study finds families having to educate all – from professors to librarians, coaches and servers.
Asthmatic teens turning to cigarettes due to anxiety and curiosity.
Mylan pursuing whether shelf life can increase to 24 months.
Unsure if you’re truly allergic to penicillin? Ask your physician for a skin test before, maybe unnecessarily, ruling out this important drug.
Drug allergies don’t occur as often as people think and can be hard to diagnose. Decipher your symptoms and learn what to do when an allergic reaction hits.
While field trips have the potential for danger, they are an important part of your child’s education, and worth the effort.