Tree Pollen Allergy
Tree pollen is a common allergy trigger. WebMD explains which trees cause the most problems and how you can keep your tree pollen allergy symptoms under control.
Are Allergies Inherited?
Is a child more likely to have allergies if one or both parents has allergies too?
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.
OTC vs. Prescription: What's the Difference?
Should you buy medicine at the store or go to your doctor for something stronger? Is there really that much of a difference between over-the-counter and prescription medicine?
WebMD examines common fall allergy causes, treatments, and symptoms. Learn more about what triggers allergies in the fall season.
Just because you have allergies doesn't mean you can't garden. Use these tips for easy gardening with outdoor allergies.
Skin Allergy: Questions for Your Doctor
When you have a skin allergy, you have lots of questions. Take this list with you when you go see your doctor or allergist.
Food Allergies: Questions for Your Doctor
When you have a food allergy, there are all sorts of things you want to know. Take these questions with you when you go see a doctor about your food allergies.
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.
Indoor Allergy: Questions for Your Doctor
If you have indoor allergies, you probably have lots of questions. Take this list with you when you go see your doctor or allergist about treatment and symptoms.