When to Get an Allergy Test for Your Child
Is your child sneezing during pollen season or itching from a rash? Know when to get allergy testing for your child.
Montelukast (Singulair) is a drug that relieves allergy symptoms and is also used to prevent asthma attacks. It reduces congestion in your nose and also cuts down on sneezing, itching, and eye allergies. For people with allergies and asthma, it helps keep airways to your lungs open.
Outdoor Allergies in Kids
If you child is coughing and sneezing, it may not be a cold. Outdoor allergies may be to blame.
Living With a Nut Allergy
A nut allergy can be dangerous. WebMD tells you which hidden food sources of nuts to avoid.
Common Skin Allergies in Kids
Allergies can show up on your child's skin. Here's what to look for if you think your child has a skin allergy.
Managing Allergies at Work
It's hard to concentrate on your job when you're sneezing and fighting allergies. WebMD offers tips for managing your allergies at work.
Living With an Egg Allergy
The experts at WebMD tell you how to cope with an egg allergy.
7 Tips for an Allergy-Proof Bedroom
If you have allergies, it’s especially important to keep your bedroom allergy-free.
What do you do when a scorpion stings? Here's how to treat this painful bite.
When Your Child Has Indoor Allergies
Does your child have indoor allergies to dust, mold, or pet dander? Here's what you need to know to control symptoms.