The United States Pharmacopeia has proposed new rules to protect those who receive allergy shots against infections. A new study questions the necessity of the changes after it revealed no reported infections in thousands of patients over a ten-year period.
AAAAI is campaigning with a petition against the changes.
Millions of Americans suffer serious reactions to cats. But a novel therapy aims to change all that – in 4 quick shots.
European and American experts review what’s working and what’s not with allergy immunotherapy.
On April 3, Dr. Oz declared “This year, you’re going to feel even more miserable than ever before.” Allergist Dr. Bassett explained why.
New treatments for allergy to grass pollen show promise.
Looking for options for how to control your seasonal allergies? Under-the-tongue-tablets that effectively improve hay fever symptoms may soon be on the market. The best part? Studies show that their protective effect lingers years after patients stop taking them.
What is immunotherapy? Immunotherapy is a form of treatment, commonly known as allergy shots, in which a patient with allergic rhinitis gets controlled exposure to allergens through injections. It will not be the first course of treatment. In immunotherapy, a doctor raises the allergen dose in your shots over a number of months and years… Read more »