Tree Pollen Allergy
Tree pollen is a common allergy trigger. WebMD explains which trees cause the most problems and how you can keep your tree pollen allergy symptoms under control.
What Does a Pollen Count Mean?
Knowing the pollen count can help you know when to stay inside and when to treat your pollen allergy. But what does a pollen count mean?
Can Allergies Be Cured?
There may not be a permanent cure for your allergies, but there are things you can do to control your symptoms and keep your triggers away.
How Will My Doctor Diagnose My Allergies?
Your doctor will likely ask you a series of questions to help determine if your problem is allergy related. WebMD tells you what you can expect.
Which Plants Make the Most Pollen?
Is it the flowers -- or the trees, grasses, and weeds? What can you blame for your sneezing, itchy eyes, and runny nose during allergy season?
Are Allergies Inherited?
Is a child more likely to have allergies if one or both parents has allergies too?
Latex Allergy: Symptoms and Treatment
Symptoms and treatment for mild, moderate, and severe allergic reactions to latex.
Insect Allergy: Questions for Your Doctor
If you have insect allergies, you probably have lots of questions. Take this list with you when you go see your doctor or allergist about treatment and symptoms.
Pet Allergy Checklist
If you or someone in your family has a pet allergy, there are things you can do to ease your symptoms. You don't have to send your pet packing.
Food Allergies: Questions for Your Doctor
When you have a food allergy, there are all sorts of things you want to know. Take these questions with you when you go see a doctor about your food allergies.