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2014 Blog


Holiday Allergy Tips

More than 40 million Americans suffer from year-round and/or seasonal allergy symptoms. Winter and the holiday season are full of additional triggers for some of those with allergies and asthma. Food allergies, seasonal scents, and dust and mold found on some decorations are just some of the concerns for this group. Here are some tips on how to keep the joy in the season.


Don't Let Asthma Stop You From Being an Athlete

Patients with asthma and allergies can be competitive athletes. In fact, 8 percent of U.S. Olympic athletes have asthma. With appropriate diagnosis and management, asthma patients should be able to enjoy an active lifestyle.

Keeping Your Children Safe at Summer Camp

As a parent of a child with food allergies, it can be very nerve-wracking to send your child away to a summer camp. Depending on how serious your child’s allergies are, the precautions you will need to take may vary. However, there is no need to fret. As long as you stay informed about the potential dangers and prepare your child to approach these risks safely, you will have nothing to worry about when he or she goes away to camp.

Follow these tips to keep your child safe:

Summer Just Got a Whole Lot Better with These Food Allergy-Friendly Recipes

Time to bring the cooler, picnic basket, and lawn chairs out of storage for the best of what summer has to offer: great meals with family and friends. As much as we love summer barbecues and picnics, we understand that they can be challenging for those with food allergies. We have compiled a list of great meal options that you and your family can enjoy worry-free, courtesy of the American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology and Kids With Food Allergies.