pediatric allergy

May 17, 2017

Success of Sublingual Immunotherapy Drove One Patient to Advocacy

By Emily Martin, Allergychoices

Alex Schuman grew up allergic to almost everything… including foods. From monthly E.R. visits, to impacts on his social life, allergies were a daily factor of his childhood. Alex’s mom spent endless hours researching solutions for her son’s allergy and no treatment seemed to bring relief. Then, they found More »

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April 19, 2017

Allergic asthma: How sublingual immunotherapy treatment can impact asthma

By: Emily Martin, Allergychoices

According to the Center for Disease Control, more than 25 million Americans suffer from asthma and 56.3% of patients have asthma caused by allergy. How can you tell when asthma may be a problem, and how can treating your allergies with sublingual immunotherapy help?

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease, and […]

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June 15, 2016

Hindsight on childhood allergies

By Beth Davidson, Allergychoices

There are so many memories from my childhood about ear infections, sinus infections, migraines, hives, stomach aches, and the list goes on. I had friends and cousins with severe allergies who had “traditional” allergy symptoms – itchy eyes, stuffy nose, rashes, etc. But me? No way could my health problems have […]

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May 4, 2016

Can Allergy Drops Stop the Allergic March?

By Theresa Lorenz, Allergychoices

Understanding allergies is a complicated process – they affect each person differently, at various times of the year, or throughout his or her lifetime. Along with allergies, there are life-long conditions that may tag along, progress, and develop over time. This progression is known as the allergic march.

The allergic march […]

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April 20, 2016

The Importance of Treating Atopic Dermatitis Early

By Theresa Lorenz, Allergychoices

You may have noticed your child’s symptoms before – their skin is dry, itchy, red, and swollen. Scratching only seems to make it worse and them more miserable as a result. You’ve tried topical creams, ointments, and lotions but for some reason the symptoms keep coming and going, leaving you stumped. […]

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