Food allergies can put a damper on Halloween fun. Learn how to choose treats that are safe for kids with allergies, for school parties and trick-or-treat.
If fall means allergy season for you, you can take steps to clear your head.
Put down that rescue inhaler. People with severe, persistent asthma may be eligible for new treatment called bronchial thermoplasty.
The symptoms of short-term mold exposure for many are mild, but can be serious for those with asthma and mold allergies. Act fast to remediate mold after a flood to protect your health.
While light to moderate rains actually wash away allergy-provoking pollen, heavy rains, wind and mold can also worsen symptoms. Find out why this happens and what you can do to ease the sneezing.
The miseries of allergies often follow you to bed, making it hard to get to sleep and stay asleep. Here are our top three tips for stopping allergies from keeping you up at night.
It’s poison ivy season again, and kids picking up a nasty, itchy rash may be one of the unavoidable rites of summer. Pediatrician Emma Raizman, MD, has tips for parents to minimize the risks.
The runny nose, cough, headache and fever of acute sinusitis can be tough on your child. The first thing many parents think of? Get the kid some antibiotics. But sometimes antibiotics aren’t appropriate.
Eye drops and nasal sprays are constant companions of allergy sufferers. But they’re toxic to kids when ingested, and most don’t have child-safe caps. Here’s how parents can keep their kids safe this allergy season.
Seasonal allergies and colds share common symptoms but have different causes, according to Sandra Hong, MD. They are often confused, but she says you can tell them apart by noting the signs.