Watching a kid struggle with allergies is never easy. But you'll both breathe easier when you have the info you need to prevent attacks. Here's what you need to know about diagnosing symptoms, treatment options, and living with allergies.
The author of The Peanut Allergy Answer Book explains how to keep kids with peanut allergies safe in the classroom and lunchroom at school.
Imagine the stress of raising a kid who can go into shock--or worse--simply by eating the wrong thing. Two parents share lessons from the trenches.
My 3-year-old seems to be allergic to every type of insect bite.
New research shows there may be a way to prevent peanut allergies, for kids at high risk of developing an allergy or those already diagnosed.
Have a kiddo who sucks his thumb, or one who bites her nails? Here's why that may not be a bad thing.
Food allergies are increasingly common in young kids. Here's what you need to know to be prepared to use an EpiPen in case of a severe allergic reaction.
An anaphylactic reaction, also known as anaphylaxis, is a severe, immediate allergic reaction, which generally affects more than one organ system. Watch this video to learn signs and how to seek treatment.
Here is how you can help your child cope with food allergies.
A groundbreaking treatment for food allergies. Courtesy of National Jewish Health.
Food allergies in children have increased 50% since 1997 and roughly 25% of those affected experience their first reaction at school. This video from Nationwide Children's Hospital explains how a new law could save your child's life if she has a serious food allergy.
Help minimize your child's allergies by learning how to identify triggers and better manage symptoms.