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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources for People With Asthma and Allergies

As the coronavirus increasingly impacts the U.S., you may wonder what that means for people with asthma and allergies. AAFA has put together some educational resources and tips to help you stay healthy during the coronavirus outbreak. 

How is the coronavirus affecting you? Take our survey.

Announcing AAFA's 2020 Allergy Capitals

Many people in the U.S. are also impacted by spring allergies right now. AAFA has released our yearly Allergy Capitals report. This report explores the 100 cities where people are most affected by seasonal allergies. See where your city ranks in our Allergy Capitals report and get tips for coping with seasonal allergies. 

Samsung’s Cube Air Purifier Receives CERTIFICATION

Samsung's Cube Air Purifier recently received asthma & allergy friendly® CERTIFICATION. A CERTIFIED air cleaner can filter animal dander, pollen, mold, dust mites and fumes. Learn more about how air cleaners can help you create a healthier home.


It is easier to manage asthma and allergies during the COVID-19 pandemic with encouraging support. When you donate to AAFA, you give people access to life-saving education. You help connect people managing the same conditions for peer support. And you advocate for better protections for people with asthma and allergies.

You can be part of our mission that makes a difference in the lives of people with asthma and allergies. Will you give today?


Albuterol Inhaler Shortage Due to COVID-19 Could Impact People With Asthma

Because of the coronavirus, some states are seeing an albuterol shortage. Even though this may be concerning, we can all work together to make sure there is enough medicine for people with asthma. Read more about what to do during the shortage. 


Advancements in Atopic Dermatitis: What Do They Mean For Your Practice?

Join the AAFA New England Chapter today, Tuesday, March 31, 2020, for a live webinar at 6 p.m. ET. Health care professionals have the chance to receive educational credits. 

Maryanne Senna, M.D., assistant professor of dermatology at Harvard Medical School will present on:

  • How atopic dermatitis differs from other conditions and among ages
  • How to choose appropriate therapy
  • How to address comorbities when planning care

Truths & Myths About Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria (CSU)

On Monday, April 6, 2020, at 12 p.m. ET, join live – virtually – to hear more about CSU and how to advocate for your care. (Please note that CSU was previously known as CIU, or chronic idiopathic urticaria. CSU and CIU refer to the same condition.)

The panelists are accepting questions from the audience starting today, right through the live session – send in your questions today.
Save a virtual seat to watch it live (or on demand afterward).

Thank you for your continued support.

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