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Food allergies and school: How to get ready

If you have a child with a food allergy, the thought of sending them to school can be daunting. Managing food allergies and school often comes down to some prep work and organization. Here we […]

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Allergic asthma most common in children

Allergic asthma affects more that 24 million people in the U.S., according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Allergic asthma is the most common type, with 60% of people with asthma experiencing this […]

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What can a routine infection have to do with a child’s sudden outbursts and obsessiveness?

The 5-year-old who arrived at the Norton Children’s Hospital emergency department in December was far different than the happy, healthy girl her parents had come to know. A month earlier, it started with emotional outbursts. […]

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Plenty of allergens and severe weather can mean thunderstorm asthma

Warm temperatures in Louisville and Southern Indiana bring severe weather and a jump in allergens like pollen. For some, that may mean a risk of “thunderstorm asthma.” Thunderstorm asthma occurs when strong winds and rain […]

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Natural options for children’s allergy relief

In Louisville and Southern Indiana, seasonal allergies are a way of life for many. If you’re reluctant to use over-the-counter medication for children’s allergy relief or want to try natural remedies first, here are some […]

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Food allergies and school: How to get ready

If you have a child with a food allergy, the thought of sending them to school can be daunting. Managing food allergies and school often comes down to some prep work and organization. Here we […]

Read Full Story

Allergic asthma most common in children

Allergic asthma affects more that 24 million people in the U.S., according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Allergic asthma is the most common type, with 60% of people with asthma experiencing this […]

Read Full Story

What can a routine infection have to do with a child’s sudden outbursts and obsessiveness?

The 5-year-old who arrived at the Norton Children’s Hospital emergency department in December was far different than the happy, healthy girl her parents had come to know. A month earlier, it started with emotional outbursts. […]

Read Full Story

Plenty of allergens and severe weather can mean thunderstorm asthma

Warm temperatures in Louisville and Southern Indiana bring severe weather and a jump in allergens like pollen. For some, that may mean a risk of “thunderstorm asthma.” Thunderstorm asthma occurs when strong winds and rain […]

Read Full Story

Natural options for children’s allergy relief

In Louisville and Southern Indiana, seasonal allergies are a way of life for many. If you’re reluctant to use over-the-counter medication for children’s allergy relief or want to try natural remedies first, here are some […]

Read Full Story

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