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.
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.
An eastern Pennsylvania teenager whose allergic reaction to body spray prompted officials at his high school to ask students to stop using the fragrance is now being taught at home.
Many Americans grappling with the high cost of medicine may be putting themselves in harm’s way, according to the Consumer Reports National Research Center.
Summer is winding down and we’re headed into fall. But did you know this time of year is when bees are most active and aggressive? And that can be bad news for people who are allergic.
We’ve all heard about kids developing allergies – but adults? Doctors are seeing it more and more: adults who were never allergic to anything suddenly developing them.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Family Physician Dr Kevin Wong about what’s making everyone sick.
The last few days of warmer weather have been a blessing for some and a curse for others. A wet spring and a hot start to summer has been the recipe for allergies for some people around the area.
Dr. Deborah Gentile with Allegheny General Hospital Allergy and Immunology says it’s shaping up to be a rough season.