To train your body to handle what makes you allergic, there have been allergy shots. But now there are allergy tablets.
The polar vortex made it a bad winter… will it also make it a bad spring?
Christmas is supposed to be a time to be merry, but for some, the decorations are making their lives miserable.
As we get closer and closer to winter, you might be thinking about ways to reduce allergens in your home.
Spencer Levin, 9, sees his allergist once a month to get shots to help his hay fever.
Sixteen states passed legislation this year making epinephrine available in school in case a child has a severe allergic reaction. This now brings the total to 27 states.
Autumn can be a rough time for allergy sufferers. If you’re one of them, there are some simple steps that you can take to keep your allergies under control and those steps start right in your own home.
This high school freshman is in marching band. She rides horses and dances — she also has allergies and asthma.
Is their value in cleaning your home’s air ducts?
Ragweed allergy sufferers, there’s a reason you might be sneezing right now: the pollen is near its peak.
For most people, bees and wasps are just a nuisance. But for more than a million Americans, stings from those insects can be deadly.
You’ll never find Luke Fabsiak going for a peanut butter and jelly sandwich after school.
The number of people with asthma is on the rise.
Don’t blame us, it’s science. At least according to a one doctor.
Spring allergies are in full bloom and you may already be taking medicines to prevent or treat symptoms. But is there anything else you can take?