Peanut OIT 2.0: More Choice For Treatment Is On The Way

posted in Food Allergy

Last July, I wrote about food oral immunotherapy (OIT) with the focus on currently available and potentially available options for peanut allergy. As of this month, only protocols adapted from academic medical centers have been an option and are used by just some of the allergists in clinical practice. Over the past year, approval of […]

An Asthma Talk For The Long Walk

posted in Asthma

A majority of adults with asthma believe their symptoms are well-controlled. Asthma symptoms are viewed by them as a normal part of their life. Asthma symptoms can include: Shortness of breath Wheezing Persistent cough Chest pain Trouble sleeping Daytime fatigue Asthma can change over time, with the seasons and with circumstances. Many surveys indicate that […]