Living with Severe Allergies

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Peanuts As a Treatment for Peanut Allergies?

Dr. James Thompson answers questions about a recent study with a surprising finding about peanut allergies.

By Kristina Brooks

A New Type of Food Allergy

People with asthma and nasal allergies, especially, need to be aware of this inflammatory condition of the esophagus, also known as EoE.

By Kathi MacNaughton

Childhood Allergy: What Can a Parent Do?

Children with allergies can have a tough time coping with being outside, but there are some things parents can do to help.

By James Thompson, MD

A Q&A with an Allergist

A recent study in The Lancet found that oral immunotherapy effectively built up tolerance in children with peanut allergies.

By The HealthCentral Editorial Team

Myth vs. Fact: Food Allergies

Are allergies something you have when you’re born? Find out what’s true about food allergies and what’s not.

By The HealthCentral Editorial Team