Each year, AAFA conducts research into policies that affect those living with asthma and allergies. Our reports provide more information about your state's asthma and allergy rates, as well as the laws and policies that are designed to protect health and improve quality of life. Learn more:
AAFA’s State Honor Roll™ Report
The State Honor Roll of Asthma and Allergy Policies for schools is AAFA’s annual research project to help identify states with the most comprehensive and preferred statewide public policies supporting people with asthma, food allergies, anaphylaxis, and related allergic diseases in U.S. elementary, middle, and high schools. The goal of this report is to identify state-level progress towards better school-based policies, and to provide a blueprint for advocates nationwide. Find out where your state stands on protecting people with asthma and allergies!
The 2015 State Honor Roll Report was released on August 11, 2015. Visit www.statehonorroll.org to learn more!
AAFA’s Allergy Capitals™ Report
The Allergy Capitals is AAFA's annual research project to identify the "100 most challenging places to live with allergies" during the autumn and spring allergy seasons. Where does your city rank? Click here for the spring 2015 findings!
Ethnic Disparities in the Burden and Treatment of Asthma
In the United States, the burden of asthma falls disproportionately on minority populations. This report takes a look at that disparity and the environmental, socioeconomic, and behavioral factors that contribute to poor asthma outcomes among minority communities.
Click here to view the report.