Latest by James Thompson, M.D.
Take this test to see if your chronic hives are under control. If not, you may need to look beyond medication.
Just when you thought the worst of summer allergies was over, ragweed season is about to kick in. Here are tips to help reduce the misery.
Here’s the science behind why that happens.
Knowing the answers to the these 20 questions can help find the best treatment for your chronic urticaria.
Less is more when it comes to the maintenance of asthma with controller medications. Believe it or not, in the late 1980s, patients were instructed to take controller inhalers (for example Vanceril) four puffs three times daily.
Instead of watery eyes, this year you may find your eyes are unusually dry. Could it be allergies or something else?
There’s a right way and a wrong way to use an inhaler. A surprising number of people do it the wrong way.
Allergic to pollen? Use this expert guide from Dr. James Thompson to find relief.
Scientists believe climate change caused by greenhouse gases are causing more severe allergy seasons. Find out what you can do.
New research suggests that breastfeeding may help reduce a child’s risk of developing asthma.