Want to help your child avoid a peanut allergy? The key may be introducing them to the food early, even when they’re as young as 4 months old. Our allergists explain.
Learn what can make spring allergies so brutal and how you can manage the sneezing, wheezing, itching and sniffling.
Different allergens emerge with each season, but for some, seasonal allergies persist year-round. An allergist-immunologist discusses seasonal allergies, and what you can do to help your symptoms.
Learn why seasonal allergies are so much worse at some times than others — and what you can do to defend yourself against them.
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Although allergic reactions are usually mild, taking your meds and avoiding exercise can help. An allergist explains why you can have an allergic reaction to allergy shots.
Is hypoallergenic bedding the answer to your allergy problems? Not exactly ― but it can definitely be part of your solution.
The struggle is real: You love your pet, but hate the allergies that come with them. You can minimize pet dander allergy symptoms with these simple tips.
You grew up with cats, but suddenly, as an adult, you’re sneezing and sniffling any time you’re around one. Or maybe you used to eat peanuts by the handful, but now, they give your lips a curious and unsettling itch. An allergist explains how allergies can ebb and flow throughout your life.
A sensitivity — not an allergy — to certain foods could be triggering your little one’s diaper rash. Learn what to steer clear of until baby’s used to solid food.
Tired of constantly sneezing and wheezing? You might have allergic asthma. An allergist and immunologist explains what this is and how to manage the condition.