Summer 2015, Volume 13, Issue 2
Who’s on your healthcare team? How a coordinated, team-based approach helps patients and families.
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VOLUME 13, ISSUE 2
Who’s On Your Healthcare Team?
How a coordinated, team-based approach helps patients and families
By Gary Fitzgerald
3 Keys to Becoming a Savvy Patient
“Bring your brain. Be a partner. Be proactive.” Here’s why.
By Casey Quinlan
30th Anniversary Spotlight: Advocacy
A look back at how Allergy & Asthma Network made an impact in the halls of Congress and in schools.
Cracking the Peanut Problem
Latest on research suggesting eating peanuts in infancy could prevent peanut allergy.
A roundup of some of the most frequently downloaded asthma and allergy apps.
For Celiac Disease Patients, Gluten-Free Is Not a Choice
Coming to terms with eliminating gluten-filled food from your diet.
By Rachel Rieger
News & Views
Clean Air Counts • Air Pollution and Pollen • Weight-Loss Surgery and Asthma • Innovations in Immunotherapy • Homeopathic Warning from FDA • Allergic to Marijuana? • Medication News
5 Myths About…
Vitamins and Supplements
Ask the Allergist
Does Chronic Asthma Lead to COPD?
Advocates In Action
How to Communicate With Your Legislators
Safe At Summer Camp
The Great Outdoors: Helping Inner City Kids Learn to Manage Asthma
Well + Good
The Emotional Impact of Asthma and Allergies
All In Good Taste
Summertime and Soft Pretzels
Dad’s Night Out: Food Allergy Fathers Meet in Austin, Texas
Beekeeping With a Honeybee Allergy
Activities and Advice for Kids!