AANMA’s Ultimate Inhaler Contest — for inventors of all ages; great for kids! http://www.aanma.org/2011/05/aanmas-ultimate-inhaler-contest/
Archive for June, 2011
What kind of room air purifier should I buy?
Do I really need to spend the money for a HEPA filter?
What kind of vacuum should I get?
And you don’t want a quick paid-for endorsement or implied seal of approval to do the thinking for you. However, you can make informed decisions with a little advice from James Sublett, MD, a leading board-certified allergist and indoor air quality specialist. Read the rest of this entry »
by Chef Michelle Austin
An obvious goal for family meals is not only to feed the belly but to enjoy ourselves and the company. However, good food, like good times, is a frame of mind – especially when you’re dealing with food allergies.
It’s all in how you look at it. Treat discovering allergen-free ingredients as an adventure. Let them introduce you and your family to new culinary worlds. You’ll build new traditions and a sense of togetherness we all crave. Read the rest of this entry »
Asthma and allergies must remain part of the national healthcare conversation. The newly formed 2011 Congressional Allergy & Asthma Caucus is committed to making sure these patients’ needs stay on legislators’ minds when important decisions are made. Read the rest of this entry »
Not only has this been a tough allergy season for many across the country, but stress — particularly chronic stress — could make allergy and asthma symptoms worse, according to Talal Nsouli, MD, an allergist and member of the AANMA Board of Directors. Read the rest of this entry »
National Asthma Guidelines say people with asthma should see their healthcare provider and review their asthma symptoms at regularly scheduled follow-up visits – not just when they’re sick. Nationally recognized asthma educator Carol Jones, RN, talks about why this is important – and how it can actually keep you healthy and save time and money.