What to Do if You Suspect an Indoor Allergy
Think you have an indoor allergy? Here's a look at allergy symptoms, allergy triggers, and what you should do.
Treating Food Allergies
Right now, all you can do is avoid the food you’re allergic to. But researchers are trying to find new ways to help people living with food allergies.
Food Allergy, or Something Else?
Information to help distinguish the difference between a food allergy and intolerance.
Living With a Soy Allergy
Soy allergies are most common in infants. Learn more about soy allergies.
Nasal Allergy Trigger: Fragrances
They might smell pretty, but fragrances could be making you sneeze and sniffle. Find out how smells could be triggering your allergies.
Worst Cities for People With Fall Allergies
How bad is your city for people with fall allergies? Here are the worst -- and best -- cities for people who sneeze and sniffle in the fall.
All About Nasal Allergies
WebMD explains what allergies cause hay fever and how to treat them.
Severe Food Allergies: An Emergency Plan
When you have severe food allergies, you need an emergency plan. Here's how to prepare in case of a food allergy attack.
Picture of the Sinuses
WebMD's Sinuses Anatomy Page provides a detailed image and definition of the sinuses including their function and location. Also learn about conditions, tests, and treatments affecting the sinuses.
Best and Worst Flowers for People With Allergies
You don’t have to give up gardening just because you have allergies. Here is a list of plants, trees, bushes, and grasses that won't aggrevate allergies.