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Juuling may be all the rage among teens and college students, but it's not a healthy habit for those with asthma or other respiratory conditions.
The first treatment to help prevent serious allergic reactions to peanuts may be on the way.
Pollen counts have started to rise in some parts of the country, and the rest of the United States will soon experience spring - and spring allergies. We have some tips to help you deal with the worst symptoms.
This time of year, lots of people are walking around with coughs. But could it be more than a cold? Perhaps an asthma cough?
If you're already thinking about summer camp for your child with allergies or asthma, here are some tips to help with your planning.
Making fun of food allergies is never OK - especially when it's a major motion picture aimed at kids.
Do Olympic athletes with asthma have an advantage? Maybe.
It's cold and blustery throughout much of the country - a perfect time to stay inside and plan your allergy-free wedding.
Are you ready for Valentine's Day? Are your allergies?
CDC finds asthma attacks are on the decline is U.S. kids. Allergists are experts in treating asthma in all age groups and can help get asthma under control.
It's important to use the right inhaler for your asthma, and to use it correctly.
Valentine's Day is around the corner. Keep your sweetie allergy and asthma free with these romantic tips.
Tips on how to travel legally to other countries with your allergy and asthma medications.