Home is where the heart is…but also the squeaky floors, pet hair on the furniture, and clogged sinks. Yep, even the place that’s supposed to be safe, warm, and cozy is filled with annoyances. But Women’s Health found some smart, easy solutions you’ve probably never tried that can make your household problems disappear.
Peanuts, milk, eggs, wheat – for six million children allergies make these common food items dangerous, and sometimes deadly. Dr. Kari Nadeau, associate professor of allergies and immunology at Stanford’s Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, has conducted groundbreaking experimental trials where children develop immunity to their allergies through exposure in small doses. Find out more about clinical trials currently being offered at Stanford and other institutions.