To help you get the most out of that first visit, Allergic Living asked leading allergists for their recommendations – and what they wish patients knew before stepping into their offices.
Learn about its severe signs, and why it gets mistaken for sepsis.
We speak to expert Dr. Jonathan Spergel at the University of Pennsylvania, who explains everything from EoE’s status as a food allergy to why some EoE patients need feeding tubes.
It’s time to warm up to the idea of experiencing life with food allergies.
Introducing peanut and egg to babies between the ages of four and 11 months of age may lower the risk of developing allergies to the foods, according to a review of 146 studies.
In a new study, only 16 percent of epinephrine users and 7 percent of inhaler users administered their medication perfectly.