Seasonal allergies can make adults and children alike miserable. But with the right steps and management, there can be relief.
Allergy shots can’t protect against food, drug or latex allergies. But they may be a good option if you have symptoms triggered by airborne allergens or insect venom.
Keeping the air quality high in your home, car and workplace is important for your health. Find out how to minimize indoor air pollution.
Having a pet in the home has been shown to reduce allergies later in life for children under 1. An allergist explains why.
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When springtime pollen arrives ― it comes on strong and quick, and can bring symptoms of sneezing, and itchy watery eyes with it. An allergist explains effective ways to keep outdoor allergens out of your home.
New research suggests that adult-onset food allergies are more common than previously though. Here’s how common they are, and what the top five adult food allergens are.
Not all allergens hibernate in the winter. Our allergist explains the reasons why you might actually suffer more in the winter.
Yes, you should stop taking aspirin (or ibuprofen or naproxen) if you have an adverse reaction. But you may not have to say goodbye to this miracle drug forever.
Suffering with a stuffy nose? Try having sex. Engaging in sexual intercourse can shrink blood vessels in the nose, relieving congestion for up to an hour.
Relieve your allergies with this easy, 6-minute acupressure exercise.