If you're thinking ahead to the holidays and someone in your household has asthma, dusty decorations from the attic are just one of the triggers you'll want to avoid.
Sneezing, sniffling and feeling miserable? Our allergy specialist answers common questions about treatments and relieving those dreaded symptoms.
If your child has asthma, it's important to know that asthma is a chronic condition that must be managed effectively. Talk to your health care provider and try these helpful tips.
Research shows that allergy prevalence is comparable among areas of the country—people prone to allergies develop them to whichever allergens they are exposed to in their particular region.
Misconceptions about asthma are common. Get the facts: proper treatment can help control this chronic condition.
Spot the signs—culprits range from mold spores to pet danger and (yep!) even cockroaches!
Follow these simple strategies to help you better control your asthma, breathe more freely and rest a little easier.
Allergies won't quit? Ask your health care provider if immunotherapy might be right for you.