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.
Allergy Medicine Tips for Children
While there's no cure for allergies, you can manage your child's allergy symptoms with medication. Find out more.
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.
6 Tips for Handling Allergies in School
Talk to teachers about your child's special needs due to nasal allergies. You'll help your child do better, academically and socially.
Symptoms of a Drug Allergy
Think you have a drug allergy? Here's a look at the most common drug allergy symptoms and what you should do when they strike.
Spring and Fall aren't the only time for seasonal allergies. Learn more about summer allergies from the experts at WebMD.
Grass Pollen Allergy
Grass pollen is a common allergy trigger. If you think you have a grass pollen allergy, here are the common symptoms, treatment, and how it's diagnosed.
Testing for a Drug Allergy
Think you have a drug allergy? Sometimes your doctor may suggest allergy testing to find out what you're allergic to.
If your allergies flare in late summer or early fall, you may be allergic to ragweed. Here's information about symptoms, treatment, and how you can avoid your triggers.
Nut Allergies: Spotting Problems on Food Labels
See where you might find nuts and peanuts on food labels and ingredients lists. Here’s what to look for to avoid allergic reactions.