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.
Will My Child Outgrow Her Allergies?
Some allergies stick around for a lifetime. But kids can sometimes outgrow some allergies.
Which Allergies Do Shots Work For?
Allergy shots don't work for all kinds of allergies. They help for some kinds of allergies better than others.
What Allergy Drugs Are OK With High Blood Pressure?
Some allergy medications are off limits when you have hypertension. Find out which allergy drugs are OK when you have high blood pressure.
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.
How Will My Doctor Diagnose My Allergies?
Your doctor will likely ask you a series of questions to help determine if your problem is allergy related. WebMD tells you what you can expect.
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.
Are Allergies Inherited?
Is a child more likely to have allergies if one or both parents has allergies too?
Understanding Eye Allergies
Don’t overlook itchy, red, and swollen eyes – they may be symptoms of an eye allergy, which can occur by itself or with a nasal allergy. This guide covers the causes, symptoms, and treatment of chronic and seasonal eye allergies.
What Causes Allergies?
Learn more about common allergy triggers and what happens in the body during an allergic reaction.