The FDA-approved drug, Palforzia, could radically change the lives of children with peanut allergies. However it does have its limitations.
Asthma shouldn’t stop kids from living healthy, active lives—if the condition is properly managed with medicine.
Does your child need to use an inhaler for asthma? Here’s how to make sure you and your child are using it right so they get the medicine they need.
Health Canada and GlaxoSmithKline Inc. are voluntarily recalling Ventolin Diskus inhalers for not delivering an accurate dose of medication.