You’ve spent a glorious day in your garden. Or you went on a beautiful hike. Or you picnicked with friends, or took your dog for a walk, or… well, whatever you did, you’re now itchy, splotchy and covered in little red bumps. When poison ivy strikes, here’s what to do.
You know allergies can make you miserable. But will you have to suffer with them for life, or is it possible to grow out of them? Learn more from a Cleveland Clinic allergist.
Food allergy bullying is a growing problem, but parents and children can take steps to help reduce these hurtful, at times life-threatening experiences.
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