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.
Living With a Soy Allergy
Soy allergies are most common in infants. Learn more about soy allergies.
Food Allergy, or Something Else?
Information to help distinguish the difference between a food allergy and intolerance.
Make Your Child’s Bedroom Allergy-Free
WebMD offers you tips and guidelines for making your child’s bedroom allergy-free.
Food Substitutes for Wheat Allergy
If you have a wheat allergy, there are substitute ingredients you can use for wheat in recipes and in your diet.
6 Tips for Handling Allergies in School
Talk to teachers about your child's special needs due to nasal allergies. You'll help your child do better, academically and socially.
Food Substitutes for Fish and Shellfish
Is you have a fish or shellfish allergy, you can make food substitutes for the seafood you're allergic to.
Living With an Egg Allergy
The experts at WebMD tell you how to cope with an egg allergy.
Food Substitutes for Milk Allergy
If you have a milk allergy, there are substitute ingredients you can use for milk and diary in many recipes.
Food Substitutes for Peanut or Nut Allergy
If you have a peanut or nut allergy, there are substitute ingredients you can use for peanuts and nuts in many recipes.