When to See a Doctor for Your Allergies
Tired of your sneezing and sniffling, and nothing you do seems to work? Here's when it's time to see a doctor for your allergy symptoms.
Treating Skin Allergy Symptoms in Kids
WebMD provides tips for relieving your child's skin allergy symptoms.
Treat the cause of your allergies without getting shots. Oral immunotherapy gets your body used to your allergy triggers.
Skin Contact Allergies: What Your Doctor Will Do
If you have skin reactions from coming in contact with something you're allergic or sensitive to, you may decide to see a doctor. Here's what to expect.
A look at how allergy shots work and who should consider getting them.
Learn more about decongestants for allergy symptoms.
9 FAQs About Allergy Relief
What’s the right allergy treatment for you? Get answers to common questions from the experts at WebMD.
Facts About Drug Allergies
Do you have a drug allergy? Here's what you need to know about drug allergy symptoms, risk, and treatment.
Dehumidifiers for Allergies
WebMD explains how dehumidifiers help allergies, how much they cost, and other benefits of dehumidifiers.
Common Skin Allergies in Kids
Allergies can show up on your child's skin. Here's what to look for if you think your child has a skin allergy.