Food Allergy and Asthma: Are Your Kid’s Protected?

I would only miss a webinar hosted by Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), VP Charlotte Collins if I was traveling without WiFi.  Consider attending the upcoming FREE Webinar hosted by Kids with Food Allergies-a division of AAFA- “Does Your State Protect Students with Food Allergies and Asthma?”  The Webinar will be held […]

Allergy Fail: Mold and Hay Fever Season

I already confessed my allergy faux pas on facebook a few day ago. I found mold on the ceiling of my daughter’s bathroom. The reason I am sharing is that I live in the high desert at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains. To the West, I look at a beautiful pine-covered scene. […]

Like to see a FUN Asthma Inhaler?

If so, then here is the Indiegogo campaign for you:  Funhaler MDI Asthma Inhaler Case!  Carl, the developer of this kid’s Asthma inhaler case sent me a link to his campaign.  I have to say, I chuckled when I saw this cute little pig and thought of the days when dinosaur nebulizer masks were […]

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    5 Insights from Most Important Allergy Meeting of the Year #AAAAI

5 Insights from Most Important Allergy Meeting of the Year #AAAAI

My favorite allergists, Joshua Jacobs, MD and Alison Tevrizian, MD, from the Allergy and Asthma  Medical Group of the Bay Area (San Francisco Bay Area) are currently attending the 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI) in San Diego, CA.   Thousands of allergists, academics and researchers from […]