Medicines That May Cause a Rash
Some medicines can trigger an allergic reaction. WebMD takes a look at medications that may cause rashes.
Food Substitutes for Fish and Shellfish
If you have a fish or shellfish allergy, you can still get some of their health benefits in substitutes. WebMD explains.
Latex Allergy FAQ
How much do you know about your latex allergy? Get answers to the most common latex allergy questions.
Shopping Tips for an Allergy-Free Home
There are many allergy products on the market. Here's help figuring out which ones might help you.
Living With a Fish Allergy
Find out what foods to avoid if you have a fish allergy.
Nasal Allergy Trigger: Cockroaches
It sounds gross, but cockroaches could be making you sneeze and sniffle. Find out how cockroaches could be triggering your allergies.
8 Places Dust Bunnies Hide
If you've got a dust mite allergy, ridding your house of dust bunnies is key. Here are 8 places where dust bunnies (and dust mites) hide and how to get rid of them.
Soy Allergies: Spotting Problems on Food Labels
WebMD helps you avoid soy sources that may not be obvious. Here’s what to look for on food labels and at restaurants to avoid allergic reactions.
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. WebMD explains.
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. WebMD explains.