Allergic Reaction Causes
An allergic reaction is the body's way of responding to an "invader." When the body senses a foreign substance, called an antigen, the immune system is triggered.
Do I Have Chronic Allergies?
Will your allergies stick around for the rest of your life, or might they get better or even stop?
Treating Your Skin Allergies at Home
You may be able to treat your skin itching and redness at home. Here's how to take care of your skin allergies with home treatment.
Skin Allergies: What Your Doctor Will Do
If you have skin reactions from coming in contact with something you're allergic or sensitive to, you may decide to see a doctor. Here's what to expect.
Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Skin Allergies
When you have a skin allergy, you need answers to a lot of questions. Take this list with you when you go see your doctor or allergist.
Skin Allergy Types and Triggers
What’s really causing that rash? Learn the common culprits, and find out what you can do relieve the itchiness.
Allergy-Proof Your Environment
Need to prevent allergies? We’ve got tips to keep you breathing clearly wherever you are.
Learn More About Eye Allergies
Eye allergies are common and treatable. Learn about triggers, diagnosis, and treatments.
Testing for Food Allergies
Need to figure out if you have a food allergy? Get the lowdown on things like the elimination diet and the food challenge test.
Learn More About Drug Allergies
Many meds can cause allergic reactions of different types. Learn how to recognize them and treat them.