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Physicians have figured out a way to harness the body’s immune response to eliminate allergic reactions to food. Eli Silver, MD, a pediatric allergy and immunology specialist at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, explains.
Dislike of frigid temperatures may have some of us declaring that we are allergic to the cold. But for some people, an allergy to the cold is real.
Is your family ready to say goodbye to seasonal allergies now that spring and summer have passed? Not so fast. Unfortunately, for many, the approaching autumn doesn’t mean relief from sneezing. Instead, it marks a new array of allergy triggers.
While it may not be as easy as fixing a flaw in a picture, new advancements are making it easier for the dermatologist to address that rash, mark, or rough patch of skin.
For a child with a peanut allergy, a treatment is available to help desensitize him or her to peanuts and other food allergens.
Summer is prime time for asthma triggers such as grass pollen and smog. Learn how to manage your child's summer allergies and asthma.
Fever? Runny nose? Itchy eyes? Feeling ill but not sure what it is you have? Check out our symptom guide to learn more.
Jaaire Bridges was used to dealing with severe asthma and allergies. But at age 10, Jaaire stopped breathing during a severe asthma attack. He survived and recovered without brain damage. But the event changed his family’s life forever.