Struggling with spring allergies? Find out what causes them and discover the best options for relief.
Eye allergies and eye infections are treated differently, and what works for one won’t always help with the other. Diagnosis matters most for proper treatment.
Penicillin is an effective antibiotic, but many people believe they’re allergic to it. A simple skin test can tell you whether you’re truly allergic.
If you’re planning to travel but have allergies, it may be difficult to know how to plan accordingly. If you or a family member has allergies — whether seasonal, animal, dust or food-related — it’s a good idea to work them into your trip preparations so you’re not caught unaware. With a little planning, this Cleveland Clinic allergy expert says you can travel comfortably.
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Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our Short Answer series. Allergist Sandra Hong, MD, answers this one.
Do allergies disturb your sleep? Here are 11 ways to improve your sleep environment so that you can rest more easily.
Food allergy bullying is a growing problem, but parents and children can take steps to help reduce these hurtful, at times life-threatening experiences.
Most minor eye irritation can be treated with over-the-counter eye drops. But how do you know which products are best for your itchy, watery or dry eyes? Here’s a quick primer, as well as information about when to contact your doctor.
Is your first instinct to stifle that sneeze? Don’t! Our expert explains why.
Setting up a humidifier can improve breathing and reduce lung problems. Learn if you need a humidifier and the five types available.