For 29 years, Coping® has been a source of knowledge, hope, and inspiration to people worldwide. When you need positive and helpful information that relates to a specific medical condition, Coping can help:
The Coping with Allergies & Asthma website helps people find relief. Get the information you want fast using Quick Links on our homepage. Learn about kids and teens with allergies & asthma, triggers in the home and workplace, exercising, pregnancy, financial and insurance issues, food allergies, celiac disease, COPD, and more. Only factual, up-to-date information from America’s most trusted sources is displayed on our website, which is provided as a public service by Coping® with Allergies & Asthma magazine and does not accept advertising.
The editors of Coping with Allergies & Asthma magazine work closely with America’s leading authorities on allergies & asthma to get the most up-to-date, factual information to readers in an easy-to-understand format. Coping with Allergies & Asthma is published five times each year and is read by more than a half-million people in the waiting rooms of America's allergy and asthma specialists. Individual subscriptions are available by mail. A Waiting Room Distribution Program is available for physicians and organizations.
The Coping with Cancer website is a complete online experience that educates and inspires. It is presented in a warm and friendly, easy-to-use format, and provides information by specific cancer type, general knowledge about living with cancer, and wellness and inspirational topics. The Coping media team is constantly adding relevant articles and trustworthy resources. The website is provided as a public service by Coping® with Cancer magazine and does not accept advertising.
Coping with Cancer magazine is written by and for the cancer community with help from our editors. A wide variety of professionals share their knowledge and experience in easy-to-read, relevant articles, and patients, caregivers, and survivors share their strategies for coping. Add in the latest news, FDA updates, resource lists, and exclusive interviews with celebrity cancer survivors, and the result is a publication that provides a unique editorial environment. Coping with Cancer is read by more than a half-million people in the waiting rooms of America’s private practice oncologists, urologists, and cancer treatment centers. It is published six times each year and individual subscriptions are available by mail. A Waiting Room Distribution Program is available for physicians and organizations.