The FDA met yesterday to discuss whether or not to approve Primatene Mist for asthma.
A recent article in the New York Times looked at the explosion of gluten free products hitting the market.
Norways’ Aksel Lund Svindal, who won 3 medals in skiing at the last Olympics, decided to withdraw from his last event in Sochi, Russia because of his allergies.
Recently the FDA approved Nasocort (triamcinolone) nasal spray for OTC use, without a prescription. This is a nasal steroid spray used to treat seasonal and perennial allergies.
Common Variable Immunedeficiency (CVID) is a disorder of B-cells, next to IgA deficiency, it is the most common humoral immune deficiency.
A study looked into whether maternal psychological distress during pregnancy might affect fetal lung development and lead to childhood asthma.
Rhinovirus induced wheezing is an early risk factor fror development of asthma in early childhood.
A recent study has shown Xolair (Omalizumab) can be used to help facilitate oral desensitization to peanuts.
Advances in cancer and chronic inflammatory diseases have led to better treatment options for patients.
Hypersensitivity to Penicillin based and non Penicillin based antibiotics are commonly reported.