Treating Your Skin Allergies at Home
You may be able to treat your skin itching and redness at home. Here's how to take care of your skin allergies with home treatment.
Tips for Creating a Latex-Free Home
The best way to control your latex allergy is to avoid latex altogether. Here's how to latex-proof your house.
Skin Contact Allergies: What Your Doctor Will Do
If you have skin reactions from coming in contact with something you're allergic or sensitive to, you may decide to see a doctor. Here's what to expect.
Using Bug Spray
Bug spray can help fight off biting insects. Here's how you can use bug spray to keep bugs at bay.
A look at how allergy shots work and who should consider getting them.
Treating Skin Allergy Symptoms in Kids
WebMD provides tips for relieving your child's skin allergy symptoms.
Skin Testing for Indoor Allergies
Want to know what's causing your sneezing and sniffling? Find out more about skin testing for your indoor allergy symptoms.
Treat the cause of your allergies without getting shots. Oral immunotherapy gets your body used to your allergy triggers.
When to See a Doctor for Your Allergies
Tired of your sneezing and sniffling, and nothing you do seems to work? Here's when it's time to see a doctor for your allergy symptoms.
Dehumidifiers for Allergies
WebMD explains how dehumidifiers help allergies, how much they cost, and other benefits of dehumidifiers.