Can Allergies Make You Dizzy?

Allergy season brings sneezing, a runny nose, itchy eyes … and dizziness? An allergist explains why you might feel dizzy or have vertigo from your allergies.

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How To Find Spring Allergy Relief

Severe seasonal allergies can seriously interfere with your life. But over-the-counter options can help you catch a break from your symptoms. An allergist explains what works best and what not to bother trying.

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What To Do for an Allergic Reaction

Pollen, dust, animal dander, nuts, shellfish … all of these can cause allergic reactions. But how do you know when an allergic reaction is a mild irritant or life-threating? Our expert explains.

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