Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology

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  1. 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome

    22q11.2 deletion syndrome is a genetic disorder marked by hypoparathyroidism, certain heart defects, and a cleft lip or palate.

  2. All About Allergies in Children

    Detailed information on allergy, including symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment

  3. All About Asthma in Children

    What causes asthma? It may be partially inherited, but many other environmental, infectious, and chemical factors are involved.

  4. All About the Immune System

    Detailed information on the immune system, including a full-color, labeled illustration of the immune system

  5. Allergic Rhinitis

    Pollen, dust mites, mold, and animal dander are the most common causes of allergic rhinitis.

  6. Allergy

    Detailed information on allergy, including symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment

  7. Anaphylaxis

    Detailed information on anaphylaxis, including causes, symptoms, and treatment

  8. Animals

    Detailed information on animals as allergens

  9. Asthma and Children

    How asthma will affect a child throughout his/her lifetime varies, depending on the child.

  10. Asthma Attack Triggers

    Your child's asthma may be triggered by a number of things: pollen, molds, certain foods, strong odors, or even exercise.

  11. Asthma in Children Index

    Detailed information on asthma, including triggers of an asthma attack, symptoms, diagnosis, management, and treatment

  12. Asthma Medications

    Your child's health care provider will prescribe asthma medications based on your child's age, severity of symptoms, and his or her ability to take inhaled medications.

  13. Atopic Dermatitis in Children

    Detailed information on eczema, including symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment

  14. Avoiding Asthma Triggers

    From bed coverings to air purifiers, from pets to secondhand smoke, here are ideas to keep your child's asthma triggers under control.

  15. Cold vs. Allergy: How Do I Know the Difference?

    Detailed information on the differences between the common cold symptoms and symptoms of allergies

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