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The Allergy Experts
Dr. Paul Ehrlich looks into sleep disruptions caused by asthma and allergies in children.
You’ve probably wondered whether smelling peanuts can cause an allergic reaction. Dr. Ham Pong gives a comprehensive answer to this popular question.
Dr. Clifford Bassett explains the ins and outs of adult-onset pet allergy, including unique considerations such as pet gender and color.
Dr. Pistiner tells us whether soy in personal care products is safe to use for the soy allergic.
If you’re wondering whether goat’s milk is safe for those with milk allergies, Dr. Sharma has the answer.
Dr. Scott Sicherer shares his insight on adult-onset allergies.
Dr. Sandy Skotnicki answers a question about a reaction to a new shampoo. Are sulfates to blame?
Dr. Waserman is known to readers of her column with Dr. Wade Watson in Allergic Living magazine. Here, she advises on reactions to daffodils.
Dr. Watson considers whether precautions should be taken to prevent asthma flare-ups in children during spring.
The CNRC certifies health-care prefessionals as Certified Asthma and Respiratory Educators (CAEs and CREs) working to help patients gain control of asthma, and COPD.
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The staying power of OIT (oral immunotherapy) for milk allergy has been called into question with the results of a 5-year followup of test subjects. Gwen Smith investigates.
Dietitian Shelley Case gives advice on how to get enough whole grains on the gluten-free diet.
Anaphylaxis Canada’s executive director offers advice to help the food-restricted youngster become an empowered diner.
Alice Bast, founder and president of the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness, writes a column in each print edition of Allergic Living magazine.
Gina Clowes takes a pledge for scheduled down time.
FAAN’s Maria Acebal has a frank view on camps that won’t administer auto-injectors.
Shauna James Ahern shares her love of great gluten-free baking – it’s not an oxymoron – and some secrets to success.
Samantha Yaffe’s run in with Air Canada’s Buffer Zones while traveling with her allergic son.