Most Common Drugs That Cause Allergies
Any drug can set off an allergic reaction. Here's a look at some of the drugs that are more likely to cause problems.
Dust Mite Mattress and Pillow Covers for Allergies
WebMD examines the benefits of mattress and pillow covers for those with dust mite allergies.
Here’s what you need to know about dust allergy symptoms, causes, treatments, and prevention.
Dehumidifiers for Allergies
WebMD explains how dehumidifiers help allergies, how much they cost, and other benefits of dehumidifiers.
Managing Allergies at Work
It's hard to concentrate in the office when you're sneezing and fighting allergies. See how to manage allergies on the job.
9 FAQs About Allergy Relief
What’s the right allergy treatment for you? Get answers to common questions from the experts at WebMD.
7 Tips for an Allergy-Proof Bedroom
If you have allergies, it’s especially important to keep your bedroom allergy-free.
Learn more about decongestants for allergy symptoms.
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.
Antihistamines for Allergies
WebMD explains what antihistamines are (prescription and over-the-counter), what types of allergies they're used for, precautions and side effects, and who can use them.