It's hard to enjoy spring's greenery when you can't stop sneezing. One or all 3 of these hay fever treatments can bring allergy relief.
An allergy to tree or grass pollen in the spring or ragweed in the fall can make life miserable. Here are some steps you can take to manage your allergy symptoms.
Research shows that allergy prevalence is comparable among areas of the country—people prone to allergies develop them to whichever allergens they are exposed to in their particular region.
If your child has asthma, it's important to know that asthma is a chronic condition that must be managed effectively. Talk to your health care provider and try these helpful tips.
This condition—characterized by an itchy mouth or scratchy throat after eating certain raw fruits or veggies—can come out of nowhere, even if you've been eating the food in question for years.
Spot the signs—culprits range from mold spores to pet danger and (yep!) even cockroach debris!
If your family is planning a spring vacation, follow these 12 tips to keep asthma attacks at bay.
Spring cleaning? Housework can kick up dust, mold and all sorts of indoor allergens, so follow these tips.