Latest by James Thompson, M.D.
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.
A landmark British study shows early infant exposure to peanuts reduces the chances a child will develop a peanut allergy later on.
Somewhere between one and 10 percent of people avoid penicillin because of a reaction history. But 80-90 percent of these people may not have a true allergy.
Many people who regularly exercise will tell you they feel healthier and more energetic. Most doctors tout that regular exercise is good for your heart, lungs, bones, muscles and overall health. But does regular exercise keep you from getting sick fr...
Ever notice a hoarse voice after using your inhaler, or find your tongue turns yellow or white? This guide may help.
The flu syndrome has been reported in all 50 states of the U.S. and continues to rise each week.
Nasal congestion from allergies is common. But here’s what to do if you also lose your sense of smell.