Here are some links that will take you to useful, informative, and trustworthy websites.
As I mentioned, I am no doctor, just a woman with asthma and allergies sharing what I have learned over the years. So for any concern or/and if you want 100% accurate and trusted medical information, go to your allergist and asthma specialist!
The Asthma and allergy Foundation of America is a great resource to get info on the latest research, as well as info and tips on asthma and allergies.
The American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology also has extensive literature on asthma and allergies.
Auvi-Q is the company from which I get my epinephrine injections. I luckily haven’t had to use any (yet!), but I like that the injections are pocket-size, which is very convenient to carry anywhere.
Lauren’s Hope has been my go-to website for medical IDs. They have a large variety of choices for adults (men and women) and children. IDs are available in different jewelry styles that are practical, stylish, and waterproof!
Bob’s Red Mill is my trusted brand when buying gluten-free flour and other safe baking products.