An increasing number of children are being diagnosed with food allergies. Today, an estimated 10% of children have some sort of food allergy. This translates to one in 13 children, or roughly two kids in every classroom, with a food allergy. Around 40% of children with a diagnosed food allergy are allergic to more than […]
A clinical pharmacy resident answers an asthma sufferer’s submitted question on how to properly use a spacer with a handheld inhaler.
The CHOC Breathmobile removes barriers for children and their families who may be unable to access preventive asthma care.
In this installment of Ask a CHOC Doc, a pediatric allergist answers a father’s question on what medications to keep on hand for your child with asthma.
In this installment of Ask a CHOC Doc, a pediatric allergist at CHOC answers a parent’s question on how to avoid or treat seasonal asthma triggers.
A pediatric allergist at CHOC Children’s answers a mother’s question on how to help manage her child’s asthma year-round.
The holiday season is a festive time, but can present unique challenges for children with food allergies and their parents. We spoke to Vanessa Chrisman, a clinical pediatric dietitian at CHOC, who has advice for parents on navigating a season often filled with parties and treats while managing their child’s dietary restrictions. What are some […]