Tag "allergies"

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