Obesity may have a greater impact on girls than it does boys when it comes to the development of atopic disease.
How does a mother-to-be know if she is getting enough vitamin E?
Air pollution may be causing a DNA change that worsens – or even causes – asthma.
From the magazine’s archives. A study of more than 200,000 children around the world has left many parents of babies skittish about using fever-reducing drugs, such as Tempra and Tylenol. The study, released in 2008, concludes that infants given acetaminophen may be at risk for developing asthma later in childhood. However, a leading Canadian pediatric… Read more »
From the Allergic Living magazine archives. Forget the stereotype of the wheezy, wimpy kid puffing on an inhaler. Young athletes prove that you can be a winner in sports – even with asthma. SINCE being diagnosed with asthma when he was 4 years old, Brett Favaro has suffered pneumonia and bronchitis, asthma attacks, and been to numerous… Read more »