Find the latest stories, news, and expert advice about allergies, including medical research on symptoms, treatment, and prevention.
Marisa Zeppieri shares how she's tracked her triggers and adapted her life to thrive while living with chronic idiopathic urticaria.
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What you need to know about doubling up on allergy meds
Turns out you may not be able to rely on your server to keep you reaction-free. Here’s how to stay safe and enjoy yourself too.
Mother Nature’s calendar is being disrupted by climate change, and that’s wreaking havoc for the 25 million Americans people with hay fever.
Updated guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics give parents the latest information on how to prevent and manage food allergies.
I recently developed an itchy rash on my arms and legs. I changed body soap days before it started. Is my eczema flaring up, or am I allergic to the soap?”
A group of doctors estimate that approximately 95 percent of patients with a recorded penicillin allergy can be treated with the staple antibiotic.
Nickel, latex, household chemicals and more can cause skin irritation. Here’s how to prevent an allergic reaction to common irritants.
If you are hypothyroid, it’s important to be aware of this specialized form of levothyroxine as a treatment option.
While about 19 percent of U.S. adults think they have a food allergy, only around 11 percent have documented food allergies, according to survey results.
Despite comprehensive testing, doctors are unable to determine the cause of chronic hives 80 to 90 percent of the time. The good news is chronic hives is less difficult to manage now compared to 20 years ago. The key is knowing your trigger points.