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Allergic Living is the leading magazine for those with food allergies, celiac disease, gluten sensitivity or environmental allergies.
Allergies Québec (formerly AQAA)
Allergies Québec vise à améliorer la qualité de vie et la sécurité de ceux qui composent avec les allergies alimentaires.
The AAIA’s mission is to create safer environments and improve quality of life for Canadians affected by allergy, asthma, and anaphylaxis by empowering individuals and providing education, leadership, and a national voice. AAIA links
The Allergy Asthma and Immunology Society Of Ontario is an organization of practicing physicians who strive to provide high quality medical services to the public, through consultation by referral from other physicians, as well as through public service education.
Get expert advice on coping with seasonal allergies, pollen counts, and allergy relief. Learn how weather can trigger your hay fever, asthma, and eczema.
AAFA is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with asthma and allergic diseases through education, advocacy and research
Developed in collaboration with parents and experts at The Hospital for Sick Children
The ASC’s vision is to empower every child and adult in Canada with asthma to live an active and symptom-free life ASC links
ASCIA Education Resources (AER) is an ongoing education project of the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) to provide reliable and up-to-date information on immune disorders
Funds and supports research in allergy, asthma, anaphylaxis, and immunology to improve the health of Canadians
For over 100 years, The Canadian Lung Association has been dedicated to its mission of promoting and improving lung health for all Canadians
Works to improve the quality of life for Canadians living with respiratory disease, by developing, promoting and advocating the highest standards of quality respiratory healthcare and innovative education.
Brings together researchers across disciplines to work together to improve understanding of the origins and progression of chronic airway diseases in Canada
A national program aiming to improve the care of patients with severe asthma managed within the Canadian healthcare environment.
The Society is dedicated to improving the quality of life of people with allergies through research, advocacy, and continued professional and public education.
See the CTA’s Report of the Inquiry Officer (June 2016) on the Ministerial Inquiry into Allergies to Peanuts, Nuts and Sesame Seeds in Commercial Air Travel and its Appendix A, which details Air Carrier Policies Regarding Allergies to Peanuts, Nuts and Sesame Seeds.
This project aims to advance our understanding of how cities can be designed or modified to improve population health.
The CAAEC provides food allergy and asthma education to children and their families and develops and assesses new strategies for education.
Promotes and supports excellence in the prevention, promotion, and management of COPD and asthma.
The Canadian DOHaD Society is focused on creating, communicating and translating the latest knowledge on early development to improve the health and well-being of Canadians.
Food Allergy Canada (formerly Anaphylaxis Canada)
Food Allergy Canada educates, supports and advocates for the needs of people living with food allergies and the risk of anaphylaxis. They also support and participate in food allergy research.
FARE’s mission is to find a cure for food allergies, and to keep individuals with food allergies safe and included.
Healthline is the fastest growing consumer health information site.
We are successful when you can say “I can control my asthma now”.
The NACA is a not-for-profit organisation working to improve health outcomes and quality of life for people with asthma.
The Newly Diagnosed Support Centre is a one-stop resource for families, building on Anaphylaxis Canada’s well-established expertise in helping families live well with severe allergies.
Provides current pollen count information and forecasts, by intensity (low, moderate, high) and pollen source, for major cities.
The WAO aims to provide a variety of information resources about allergic diseases and asthma to explore. WAO links