You may have seen the headlines after the article was published in JAMA Pediatrics on pregnant mothers and peanut and tree nut consumption: “Eating Peanuts While Pregnant Cuts Child’s Risk of Allergy” “Eating Peanuts While Pregnant Lowers Allergy Risk” With the significant rise in peanut and other food allergies in the United States there is … More
A recent article in JAMA Pediatrics has some interesting conclusions regarding allergies and asthma prevalence in U. S. children that were born outside the United States. The team led by Dr. Jonathan Silverberg of St. Luke’s – Roosevelt Hospital Center, New York found that these children had significantly lower odds of any atopic disorders than … More
You’ve got mold! Well, guess what? So does everybody else. Mold is ubiquitous. It is in every breath that we breathe. It is the one thing that is in the “pollen count” for most areas of the world every day. While some types of mold are allergenic for some people and mold has been linked … More
Cold medications are out for children. Simple saline rinse could be the answer for quicker recovery from colds and flu.
Leading Asthma and Allergy Experts Discuss the Most Recent Scientific Evidence on Health Effects of Mould Several years ago I had the pleasure of attending a joint meeting of the National Air Filtration Association and the Indoor Air Quality Association. One of the key speakers was Dr. Michael Rinaldi of the University of Texas Health … More