Medications to Treat Pollen Allergies
You're already doing the best you can to avoid pollen, but sometimes you may also need medication to ease your seasonal allergy symptoms.
Food Allergies - Medications
Read about medications used to treat food allergies.
Food Allergies - Cause
Learn about food allergies that occur when the body's immune system overreacts to substances in food you have eaten, triggering an allergic reaction.
Food Allergies - What Happens
The first time you eat a food that triggers an allergic reaction, your body's immune system recognizes the food as a foreign substance (allergen). Your body reacts by developing antibodies against the food.
Food Allergies - Topic Overview
This topic has general information about food allergies. When you have a food allergy, your body thinks certain foods are trying to harm you.
How to Avoid Pollen
Nature got you down? WebMD explains pollen allergies, including how to avoid them.
Food Allergies - Exams and Tests
Information on food allergy tests.
Food Allergies - What Increases Your Risk
You have a greater chance of developing food allergies if you have a family history of allergy.
Food Allergies - Health Tools
This health tool will help you make wise health decisions or take action regarding food allergies.
Food Allergies - Treatment Overview
The best treatment for food allergies is to avoid the food that causes the allergy. When that is not possible, you can use medications such as antihistamines for mild reactions and the medications in an allergy kit for serious reactions.