Spring Allergies: What You Can Do for Your Child
Pollen and mold are hard to avoid when you want to go outside and play, but there are a number of ways to alleviate allergy symptoms.
Allergy Skin Prick Test: What’s It Like?
An allergy skin prick test can either confirm or deny an allergy to a specific substance and works for both food and environmental allergies. Read to learn what happens during this test and why it may take a couple of hours.
Peanut Oral Immunotherapy: How it Gave Us Peace of Mind
Peanut oral immunotherapy works similarly to allergy shots, where patients eat a progressive amount of the allergen until they build up a tolerance, or immunity, to it. Read one patient's experience and how it gave his family peace of mind.
Closing in on the mystery of food allergies
A brief summary of and link to a story on WVXU.com about the discovery of a cell that appears to drive life-threatening food allergies.
Allergy Season Less Severe Here Than Usual
Good news for allergy sufferers – this has been a relatively mild spring in the Cincinnati area when it comes to the pollen count. At the same time, the East
Is It a Cold or Allergies?
When a child coughs, sneezes and has a runny nose, it can be difficult to tell whether it’s a cold or allergies. There is a way to tell the difference,