You’re not imagining it! If you have hay fever, certain foods can make your mouth or throat itch or tingle. Allergist Martin Smith, MD, explains this phenomenon called oral allergy syndrome, or food-pollen syndrome.
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.
Spring allergies are caused by tree pollens; early summer allergies are triggered by grasses; fall allergies tend to come from weeds such as ragweed and molds.
Seasonal allergy sufferers of all ages have been battling brutal symptoms this spring. But if you’re a parent, there’s no reason to restrict your children’s outdoor activities because they have hay fever.
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Here are 5 strategies for breathing better this spring.
Trees, grasses and wildflowers bloom and flourish in warm weather. But these beautiful seasons can mean misery for allergy sufferers. When people with inhalant allergies breathe in plant pollens, their bodies release histamine. This triggers allergic rhinitis, better known as hay fever — the cause of all those sneezes, runny noses and itchy eyes. Hay … Read More