Imagine having a disease in which you constantly feel like you are struggling to breathe. Imagine feeling like you’ve just run a marathon and your only source of air is through a tiny cocktail straw while an NFL linebacker is giving you a bearhug. What if the only medications that your doctor can come up with don’t seem to work anymore,
Food allergy, nasal allergy, and asthma have all been on the rise for the past several decades, and there doesn’t seem to be anything that we can do to slow down this trend…until now. A recent review article in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology has given us clues as to how these diseases start and how we can prevent them from starting in the first place.