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.
A food or drug intolerance can be a nuisance, but an allergy may be life-threatening. Find out how to tell the difference and manage your reactions.
Can certain food allergies cause your baby to have diaper rash? Find out from a pediatric allergist.
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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If you’re hoping to save money or time by using a home allergy test to find out what’s causing your allergy symptoms, you may want to reconsider. Home tests may not have the answers.
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