Hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis, can be triggered by indoor allergens, like dust or mold, or outdoor allergens like pollen.
Antihistamines are a type of medication that stops your allergies. There are many different types, making it hard to find the best fit for you.
Allergies typically last for a long time and cause itchy eyes and nose. Meanwhile, a cold usually lasts seven to 10 days and causes a headache.
A single lone star tick bite could cause hives, shortness of breath, or even death. And it's making Americans allergic to red meat.
You can use neti pots like bulb syringes, squeeze bottles, and pulsed water devices to flush out your sinuses.
If you're sneezing a lot, avoid any triggers like pollen, dust, and dry air. To prevent a sneeze before it happens, try blowing your nose.
Spring allergies usually happen when pollen counts are at their highest. Here's how to deal with them.
Decongestants are medications that help clear a stuffy nose or nasal congestion. Here's how to use them for allergy or cold relief.
Seasonal allergies are often the result of pollen exposure, and cause symptoms like sneezing, a runny nose, and itchy or watery eyes.
If you're allergic to pollen, your immune system mistakes it for a threat and releases histamine. That makes you sneeze in an effort to flush the grains out.
Allergists say there are ways to be vaccinated against COVID-19 safely, even if you are allergic to vaccine ingredients such as PEG or polysorbate.
Gluten intolerance causes symptoms like bloating, gas, abdominal pain, and constipation after eating gluten.
Very few people have had confirmed, allergic reactions after being vaccinated. New CDC data released Friday shows that just 10 people who’ve gotten Moderna’s vaccine in the US have had severe (anaphylactic) allergic reactions, among more than 4 million shots delivered. The CDC recommends that people who do have an […]
Pink eye is a catch-all term for multiple kinds of conjunctivitis that may be caused by irritants, viruses, bacteria, or allergies. Conjunctivitis caused by bacteria or a virus often occurs along with a cold or symptoms of a respiratory infection. Conjunctivitis caused by allergies is linked to your environment, such […]
The newly authorised Pfizer coronavirus vaccine appears to be safe for people with food or environmental allergies, the FDA said on Saturday. Two people in the UK reported severe allergic reactions after getting the shot. After careful consideration, the FDA decided not to include warnings against the vaccine for people […]
Experiencing some level of concern when you or a loved one has symptoms that could be COVID is a healthy reaction intended to keep you safe. Manage anxiety and reduce your risk by controlling what you can, like learning the differences between cold, flu, and coronavirus symptoms and getting the […]
New research is offering hope to peanut allergy sufferers. A large-scale trial suggests that oral immunotherapy treatment could allow sufferers to increase their tolerance to peanuts. The idea is not that those with peanut allergies will be able to eat the nuts freely, but that their reactions could be reduced. […]