Breathe Easy At Asthma Camp



Asthma camps offer children the opportunity to participate in fun, summer activities — scavenger hunts, swimming, rock climbing and more…

Allergy & Asthma Network Launches Free Prescription Assistance Program



VIENNA, VA, APRIL 30, 2014 – Patients and families with asthma, allergies and other health conditions now have access to…

Ask the Allergist: Clearing Up Allergic Rhinitis



“My teenage son has allergies and asthma. He is constantly clearing his throat. Why is this? How can he clear…

Deceptive Allergy Testing Practices



Allergy testing and immunotherapy schemes in physician practices across the country are exposing patients and families to substandard diagnosis and…

Epinephrine For Everyone?



Food and insect sting allergies are on the rise, according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (ACAAI).…

‘Asthma Changed My Life – Now I’m Giving Back’



Night after night I sat in my recliner and held my baby while he coughed, choked and struggled to take…

Easy on the Eyes: Keep Them Clean, Clear and Comfortalbe



When 10-year-old Andye came to play with my daughter Alanna, I would always limit their time in the basement –…

Volunteers Make a Difference In Allergy and Asthma Awareness, Advocacy



VIENNA, VA, APRIL 11, 2014 – In celebration of National Volunteer Week, Allergy & Asthma Network, a leading nonprofit patient…

Latex Allergy’s Link To Food



“Latex allergy is serious and increasingly common,” says Maeve O’Connor, MD, board-certified allergist from Charlotte, N.C. Most at risk are…

ACE Spotlight: Advocating For Students With Food Allergies



Every morning at Hollis Primary School, Ellen Lencsak, RN, visits “nut-safe classrooms” to check lunch boxes that students have brought…