Families love their pets, but what do they do if they are causing allergy or asthma symptoms for their kids? CHOC experts are here to help.
More kids are being diagnosed with food allergies. The most common are milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, wheat, soy & sesame.
The holiday season is a festive time, but can present unique challenges for children with food allergies and their parents.
A CHOC pediatric allergist offers advice to caregivers on the hazards of bee stings, and how they can help prevent a child from being stung,
A clinical pharmacist at CHOC offers advice to parents on choosing the right over-the-counter medications for their child’s allergies.
CHOC wants its patients to get to know its specialists. Meet Dr. Sarah Samimi Field, pediatric allergist and immunologist at CHOC.
A CHOC physician explains recent studies on peanut allergies that show feeding peanuts to babies is more likely to protect them.
Children experiencing cough, shortness of breath and/or wheezing should be checked for asthma explains Dr. Stanley P. Galant.
There are many things a family should consider before deciding to rid the house of one child’s food allergens.