It’s after the diagnosis! Now what!? That’s the question that prompted AANMA and American College of Allergy Asthma & Immunology to develop two Internet television productions sponsored by Mylan Specialty:
Archive for August, 2011
My daughter Brooke grew up owning food allergies, anaphylaxis, the whole bit. Yes, I was scared at first — terrified, really. She was a baby! With asthma,
rhinitis, eczema and reflux disease! Sick and malnourished!
WASHINGTON, DC, AUG. 16, 2011 — Illinois took a definitive step forward yesterday in helping protect students as Gov. Pat Quinn signed into law the School Access to Emergency Epinephrine Act, which lets schools stock and use Read the rest of this entry »
By Deanne Canieso, AANMA Patient Advocate
The debate over the debt ceiling was more than a cursory discussion for many Americans. It was the source of frustration as negotiations, back-handed and forward-moving, were measured against a looming deadline. The issue compelled lively discussion among members of Congress and transfixed political and healthcare pundits with a sense of urgency knowing that if the debt ceiling was not raised, America would be unable to pay its bills and go into default. We were once again reminded not only of the limits of our economy, but of Congress’ challenges. Read the rest of this entry »
Are your kids sidelined with asthma, struggling to keep up with friends, always the last one picked on the team? Well, not all of us are born athletes, but being active is important, especially for kids with asthma. With us today to share his expertise on the subject is allergist James Sublett.