Winter 2014, Vol. 12, Issue 4
Restaurant pros are increasingly taking food allergies into account in menu planning, meal preparation and service. Also, does yoga improve asthma?
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- Smart Dining: How restaurant pros address food allergies – in and out of the kitchen
- An Unexpected Lesson: A mom’s story on swine flu, vaccine and asthma
- What You Need to Know About Enterovirus-68
- Relative Humidity: Are humidifiers beneficial? How to find a balance
- Go With the Flow: Does yoga improve asthma?
- Meet the ‘Asthma Blues’ Man With a Plan: ‘Music Is the universal communicator’
- Tell All: Reader Letters
- News & Views: Skip the Shake, Fist Bump Instead • Pneumonia Vaccine Advisory • Don’t Blame the Blueberry • Asthma and Bone Health • Gluten-Free Labeling • Pitch Those Phthalates • Recent FDA Approvals
- 5 Myths About… Asthma
- Asthma Education: E-cigarettes: What we Know…And Don’t Know
- Ask the Allergist: Baby Steps: Pregnancy and Medications
- Women Breathe Free: Help for Women With Asthma
- Anaphylaxis Education: Navigating Restaurants with Latex Allergy
- ACE Spotlight: Anaphylaxis Readiness for Ambulance Teams
- Advocates In Action: Xavier’s Story
- Food Allergy: Is Oral Immunotherapy Ready for Prime Time?
- All In Good Taste: Festive Bites For the Holidays
- On Eczema: Wet Wrap Therapy
- Rare Diseases: How Alpha-1 Mimics Asthma and COPD
- Breatherville : Activities and Advice for Kids!