Tag Archives: CA allergists
Reviewed by Faith Huang, M.D. If your child has food allergies, a teal pumpkin at the doorstep can be a welcome treat. This Halloween, teal pumpkins at the doorstep inform the trick-or-treater that non-food treats are available!
New asthma medication shows effectiveness in recent study! A new study on severe asthma and a potential new treatment was published in New England Journal of Medicine in September 2014. The study is on a new medication called mepolizumab, which … Continue reading
During this spring, it can be great for your overall health to do a spring cleaning of your home! For those of you who are sensitive to allergens that are indoors, allergy “season” is one that lasts all year round, … Continue reading
(Omalizumab approved by the FDA for Chronic Idiopathic Urticaria) Chronic idiopathic urticaria (CIU) is a skin disease where patients get red and itchy hives that come and go for more than 6 weeks. About 40% of CIU patients also experience … Continue reading
Oral immunotherapy for food allergy has gotten a lot of attention recently. It has been something that has intrigued patients, parents of food allergic children as well and allergists as a potential future therapy. Currently, the standard of care for … Continue reading