Medications to Treat Pollen Allergies
You're already doing the best you can to avoid pollen, but sometimes you may also need medication to ease your seasonal allergy symptoms.
Food Allergy Checklist for Parents
If your child has a food allergy, there are things you can do to ease, and prevent, his or her symptoms. Try these tips.
Stuffy Ears and Sinuses
See how unclogging your sinuses may help with ear pain, stuffiness, and dizziness.
Create a Breathe-Better Bedroom
Make your bedroom and house sinus-friendly. How to get rid of what’s making you congested and stuffy.
Traveling With Life-Threatening Allergies
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.
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.
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.
Tips for Athletes With Life-Threatening Allergies
For some people, exercise is a common cause of asthma and anaphylaxis, a severe allergic reaction. WebMD offers tips to cope with serious allergies and exercise-induced anaphylaxis.
Nasal Saline Irrigation and Neti Pots
WebMD examines the use of Neti pots to help relieve sinus problems and allergy symptoms.
Tips for Your Sinus Action Plan
Nasal congestion, sinus pressure, and sinus pain are common symptoms that can result from the common cold in winter and from allergies in spring and fall. But you can manage your sinus problems once you understand the causes and treatments.