Seasonal vs. Year-Round Allergies

Some people have symptoms of allergies only at certain times of the year, while others have them all year round. This may be partly due to what is in your environment, but it can also be related to what you are allergic to. Learn more about what whet...
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Could You Have Seasonal Allergies?

Your nose is runny, your head is stuffy and your skin is itchy. Dozens of conditions could cause these symptoms, but they may also be due to seasonal allergies. Take this assessment to find out if your symptoms are allergies.

What Allergens are In Your Food?

The FDA has required that manufacturers clearly label the 8 major food allergens (milk, egg, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, wheat, peanuts and soy) on food, but some ingredient lists could be tricky. Do you know what food allergen may be lurking in comm...

Do you know your allergy symptoms?

Sneezing, Itchy Eyes, Itchy Throat, Hives - they are all common allergy symptoms, but some allergies have different symptoms and some non-allergy conditions can cause the same symptoms. What do your symptoms mean?

All About Asthma and Allergy Triggers

Reducing your contact with your triggers is an important first step to asthma control. But before you can avoid contact with triggers, you have to know what they are. How well do you know what sets off your asthma symptoms?

What Puts You At Risk For Allergies

Allergies affect 1 in 5 people in the U.S. If you have a parent with allergies, there is a 30% chance you’ll have them too. But genetics are not the only risk factor for allergies. Find out the truth about a person’s risk of developing allergies.

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