Tag "allergies"

If your child has an upcoming allergy skin prick test, you may be wondering what is involved. After all, you were informed that you could be in the allergy clinic for a couple of hours. So what exactly happens during › Continue Reading

My son, Tyler, has always been independent and confident. So much so, that our family joked that we could put him on a plane by himself to China at the age of four and he would have managed just fine. › Continue Reading

Researchers at Cincinnati Children’s discovered a new cell type that appears to drive life-threatening food allergies. The findings may explain why some people get severe allergic reactions and others do not. The discovery could provide insights into new therapeutic strategies › Continue Reading

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 Coast is experiencing a so-called allergy tsunami. WLWT-TV interviewed Dr. › Continue Reading

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, according to Dr. Michelle Lierl, a pediatric allergist at Cincinnati › Continue Reading

As a national leader in treating kids with eosinophilic disorders and severe food allergies, Cincinnati Children’s often becomes a home away from home for families seeking our highly specialized care. Now our guests with allergies can count on finding something › Continue Reading