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.
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. WebMD explains.
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.
Can I Take Allergy Medication if I'm Pregnant?
Some allergy drugs seem safe for pregnant women. But you need to be cautious about using any drug during pregnancy.
Safe Cooking for Food Allergies
Cooking can be a challenge when someone in your household has a food allergy. Use these tips from WebMD to make it safer and easier.
Make Your Child’s Bedroom Allergy-Free
WebMD offers you tips and guidelines for making your child’s bedroom allergy-free.
Egg Allergies: Spotting Problems on Food Labels
If you've got an egg allergy, you've got to read labels and ask questions. WebMD helps you avoid foods that contain eggs and to ask the right questions in a restaurant.
Seafood Allergies: Spotting Problems on Food Labels
WebMD helps you spot hidden sources of seafood in prepared and packaged foods so you can avoid an allergic reaction.
Eating Out With Food Allergies
Learn more from WebMD about eating at restaurants when you have a food allergy.