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.
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.
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.
Other Stinging Insects
Allergic to stings by bees, wasps and hornets? WebMD tells you what to do in case of a reaction.
Fire Ant Stings
WebMD explains what to do if you've been stung by a fire ant (or many fire ants) and how to prevent future attacks.
What do you do when a mosquito bites? WebMD tells you how to relieve the itch.
First Aid for Insect Stings
WebMD tells you what to do if you've been stung by an insect.
Drug Allergy: What to Tell Your Doctor
Do you think you have a drug allergy? Here's what your doctor needs to know.
How to Rid Your Yard of Hidden Mosquitoes
Help rid your yard of mosquitoes by learning where they can hide and breed.
Skin Testing for Allergies
What's causing your allergy symptoms? Doctors can test your skin three different ways to figure out what triggers your reaction.