“We don’t really have the answer,” said Dr. Lara Akinbami of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the senior author of the new report released Thursday.
Over two million people in the United States suffer from peanut allergy and far too many deaths are attributed to food allergies each year. Many people ask if there is any cure on the horizon.
One of the first things many people do after suffering a headache is reach for a pain reliever in the medicine cabinet, but there are other simple things you can do.
Dr. Brian Berberian, a gastroenterologist at Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center in Camden calls it asthma of the esophagus.
Millions of people suffer with allergies. And right now the tree pollen is very high, so there’s widespread misery. Doctors say it’s not just pollen that could be aggravating your seasonal allergies.
Shopping for people with food allergies is now a little easier for people in Philadelphia.