I Have High Blood Pressure. Are Allergy Drugs OK?
Some allergy medications are off-limits when you have high blood pressure (aka hypertension). Find out which allergy drugs are OK.
Tree Pollen Allergy
Tree pollen is a common allergy trigger. WebMD explains which trees cause the most problems and how you can keep your tree pollen allergy symptoms under control.
Skin Testing for Outdoor Allergies
If you sneeze and sniffle and you think it's because of pollen or mold, you may need allergy skin testing to be sure. Find out how it's done.
6 Tips to Tame Your Wheat Allergy
Information on how a wheat allergy can affect your life and tips for living with one.
What Does a Pollen Count Mean?
Knowing the pollen count can help you know when to stay inside and when to treat your pollen allergy. But what does a pollen count mean?
Can Allergies Be Cured?
There may not be a permanent cure for your allergies, but there are things you can do to control your symptoms and keep your triggers away.
Is It Pollen, or Something Else?
If you have allergy symptoms in spring, summer, or early fall, you probably have a pollen allergy. If you have allergy symptoms all year, you may not have a pollen allergy.
WebMD examines common fall allergy causes, treatments, and symptoms. Learn more about what triggers allergies in the fall season.
Mold Allergy Checklist
If someone in your family has a mold allergy, there are things you can do to ease -- and prevent -- symptoms. Try these tips.
Allergies: Questions for Your Doctor
Take this list of questions with you when you see your doctor to make sure you get all the information you need about how to treat your allergies.