We're all so worried about runny noses and itchy eyes we might not think about what allergies can do to our hearing.
Experts say seasonal allergy sufferers should prepare for an especially sneezy spring
Allergy Capitals is an annual research project of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA)
Allergies affect not only your nose, but also your eyes. Here's how to deal with eye allergies.
Certain foods may make your allergy symptoms better or worse. Here's how diet can affect your allergies.
Combat those sniffles and sneezes before they start.
AAAAI offers expert information for parents of children with allergies and asthma, written and reviewed by medical experts.
In this Spotlight, we investigate what causes seasonal allergies and what the best strategies are for avoid their debilitating effects.
From Neti pots to spicy food, natural ways to ease congestion and fight allergy symptoms.
Allergies making you miserable? WebMD shows you a dozen natural allergy treatments, from fresh fruit and vitamin D to acupuncture and air filters.
A new study suggests peanut consumption in babyhood can prevent peanut allergies. Insight talks with one of the region’s allergy specialists about what the new study means for this serious – and increasingly common - kind of allergy.
Immunotherapy or allergy shots are an effective way to treat allergies. Dr. Patterson talks about the newest form of immunotherapy: lymph node injections.
Experts say this spring's allergy season may be one of the worst ones yet. Here's how to relieve allergy symptoms and feel better if you have spring allergies.
The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) is a professional membership organization focusing on research and treatment of allergic and immunologic diseases
Dust mite allergies are a common trigger for asthma. A new form of immunotherapy that relies on oral tablets rather than shots reduces the risk of a moderate or severe asthma attack, a study finds.
No matter your skin type or condition, the most important thing you can do for your skin is wear proper sun protection.
Insurance claims for dangerous reactions to foods like peanuts, eggs and dairy have increased by nearly five times over the past decade.
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