Common Allergy Issues in Children
Which Topical Steroids are Better for Children?
Learn which topical steroids are better for the treatment of allergic rashes in children.
Inhaled Corticosteroids and Growth in Children
Learn about the latest data on whether or not inhaled steroids affect growth and height in children.
Asthma in Children
Learn the basics about symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of asthma in children. Find out if your child's asthma is controlled, and the best therapies to treat the symptoms.
Allergies and Children -- Effects of Allergies on Children
Find out the various ways that allergies can have a major impact on a child's quality of life.
Halloween Food Allergies -- How to Have a Safe Halloween with…
Halloween represents a night of parties, trick-or-treating, having fun, and eating lots of junk food. For children with food allergies, however, Halloween can potentially represent a life-threatening experience. Learn how to make Halloween safe and enjoyable for your food-allergic child, and read about others' ideas.
Bullying and Food Allergies -- Has Your Child Experienced Bullying due to...
Children are often stigmatized by their food allergies -- such as by having to eat at a separate lunch table at school. This can often lead to bullying and teasing by their classmates. Has your child been bullied or harassed because of their food allergies?
Sleep and Allergies
Learn how allergic diseases can affect a person's quality of sleep.
Immunoglobulin A Deficiency
Learn about the most common primary immunodeficiency, IgA deficiency. Find out about how IgA deficiency occurs, how the diagnosis is made, the symptoms and associated disease that can occur, as well as the treatment of common antibody deficiency.
Sleep Apnea in Children
Learn all about sleep apnea in children, including the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.
Special Considerations for the Allergic Child at School
Children spend are large amount of their time at school. This time includes a meal, outdoor exercise and playtime, as well as many hours inside the classroom. There is a good chance that a child’s allergies or asthma will get worse at school, and it is recommended that each child has a plan to deal with those symptoms.