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Q: It took a long time to get our 10-year-old daughter’s asthma under control with medication. One of her triggers is cat dander, and we’re planning to visit the in-laws who have a cat. Is it safe to stay with them? (My mother-in-law promises to board the cat, and vacuum like crazy.) Or would we be […]
An FDA panel has voted against approving Singular for over-the-counter sale, citing a variety of concerns
Forty million Americans suffer with tree pollen allergies in spring. Do you know which trees are causing you grief? Allergic Living brings you this exclusive region-by-region field guide to the trees of allergies. Once you’ve found the enemy, find out what to do here. For the Canadian guide, click here. Male catkins hang off paper birch, […]
Millions of Americans suffer from spring allergies. If you’re one of them, take heart; there are steps you can take to minimize your symptoms. • Keep windows and doors shut, or that lovely spring breeze will carry allergens inside. Once it’s warm indoors, use an air conditioner. • After being outside, change your clothes – […]
Research from the 2013 meeting of the ACAAI suggests living in the South can increase a child’s risk of hay fever.