It’s that special time of the year when we gather together to celebrate the holidays and good times with family and friends.
We all love a good scare at Halloween, but this fun holiday can be fraught with some "fright" for many who have children with food allergies.
Q&A with Dr. Manny: I heard this year could be one of the worst for ragweed pollen. Should I be prepared for another bad allergy season?
Q&A with Dr. Manny: Is it true that spray sunscreens could be unsafe for children?
A recent study looking at the chemical components present in ginger, and their possible effect in working together with traditional asthma medicine, found the age-old remedy...
Everyone loves a good scare around Halloween, but for families with asthma and/or skin and food allergies, a holiday celebrated with copious amounts of candy and preservatives...
Believe it or not, there are 10 common houseplants that can actually help rid the air in your home of toxins?
For the 15 million people in the United States that suffer from food allergies, dining out can be a stressful experience. Here are 10 tips to help you enjoy a meal without the...
Do you have seasonal pollen allergies that have been acting up recently as the end of summer draws near? It may be the work of pesky ragweed and other weed pollens
If you think summer insects are done setting their sights on ruining your outdoor gathering, think again. The hot and dry climate that exists during August in much of the...