Having a child with a food allergy can be challenging, but with care and menu planning, these kids can lead happy and healthy lives.
Just because your children have asthma does not mean they can’t participate in any sports says Dr. Stanley Galant, an asthma specialist.
The number of children with asthma continues to rise, but the evolution of asthma medication means most attacks can now be prevented.
Before hastily packing away holiday decorations, parents can take steps now to help prevent a sudden surge of allergy symptoms next year.
If you have a child with a food allergy, consider these tips to help your child and other family members cope.
Check out some common causes of winter allergies and ways to manage them in this Q&A with Dr. Sherwin Gillman