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allergy

Allergists taking to tongue tablets

Under-the-tongue pills, which gained FDA approval five years ago, have seen widespread acceptance.

Sneezin’ season has sprung

With vigilance and some well-planned actions, you can reduce your family's exposure to seasonal irritants.

Think you’re allergic to penicillin? Think again

Nearly 95 percent of people who report having an allergy to the antibiotic can actually tolerate it—and that’s to their advantage.

Fight the sneeze—safely

An expert gives us the goods on how to best fight seasonal sniffling and the ah-choos.

Dogs may help children’s immune systems

An outdoor pet tracks in loads of bacteria that may help children avoid allergies later in life.

Go nuts for nuts

These protein-packed snacks have joined the list of foods we should include in our daily diet.

Patient Story

When wheezing takes a wrong turn

Kate's family makes sure her asthma stays under control so she can be the energetic kiddo who is 'passionate about everything she does.'

Smog + pollen = more sneezing

Higher levels of airborne ozone, nitrogen dioxide might boost potency of tree allergen.

Patient Story

Risky business: Teens and allergies

Help your teens live a full life—and stay safe—despite food allergies.

Certain allergy, depression meds tied to higher odds for dementia

Class of drugs interferes with a key brain chemical, but study can't prove cause-and-effect.

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