OTC vs. Prescription: What's the Difference?
Should you buy medicine at the store or go to your doctor for something stronger? WebMD explains the difference between OTC and prescription drugs.
Allergic Reactions: What’s Normal, What’s Not
Would you recognize the signs of anaphylaxis? How can you protect your child from life-threatening allergies? Know the symptoms of severe allergic reactions and stay safe and prepared.
6 Tips for Athletes With Allergies
Being active is good for all kids. And with a little time to plan, a child with severe allergies can still take part in games and sports. These tips should help.
Treating Life-Threatening Allergies
How are life-threatening allergies treated? How can you stay prepared at all times? Get the basics on treating anaphylaxis and serious allergies.
Tips for Travel With a Severe Allergy
Traveling is an ordeal for children and teens with food allergies and life-threatening allergies. Staying informed and having a plan can help your child cope while away from home.
Understanding Anaphylaxis -- the Basics
Anaphylaxis is a dangerous allergic reaction. Learn more about anaphylaxis.
Allergy-Proof Your Environment
WebMD gives you tips on how to reduce and avoid allergens in your environment.
Casein Allergy Overview
WebMD discusses what casein is, why it can trigger allergies, what foods contain casein, and how to prevent or treat casein allergies.
WebMD explains a deviated septum, including its causes, symptoms, and treatment.
WebMD explains nasal polyps, including theories about what causes them, their symptoms, and their treatment.