When it comes to your child, it might be tough to know the difference between a cold or childhood allergies. Learn how to tell if your child has seasonal allergies and find the best way to manage them.
While you may associate allergies with just a month or two out of the year, they an actually stretch out much longer.
Has your child had a run-in with one of Mother Nature’s pests? Discover when to worry and when to relax.
If your allergies have been worse than normal this season, there’s a simple explanation for it.
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Seasonal allergies can make adults and children alike miserable. But with the right steps and management, there can be relief.
If you’re stuck with a pet and have allergies, you can still get by and our expert tells you how.
Having a fever is one of the key symptoms to tell the difference between a cold or allergies and something more serious.
Allergy shots can’t protect against food, drug or latex allergies. But they may be a good option if you have symptoms triggered by airborne allergens or insect venom.
Is your first instinct to stifle that sneeze? Don’t! Our expert explains why.
Keeping the air quality high in your home, car and workplace is important for your health. Find out how to minimize indoor air pollution.