Many drugs can trigger allergic reactions ranging from hives to stomach upset. Learn more from WebMD about drug allergies and how they're treated.
Finding the Cause of Allergies
WebMD tells you about the most common tests used to identify allergies.
Symptoms of an Allergic Reaction
The symptoms of an allergic reaction vary depending on the body part affected. WebMD explains.
Asthma and Allergies
WebMD takes a closer look at allergies and asthma.
Mold is all around us, but some people have an allergic reaction to the fungus. Learn more about avoiding mold sources from WebMD.
Learn more from WebMD about allergies to dogs - including causes, symptoms, and treatment - and how to reduce your allergic reaction.
A cat allergy is no laughing matter. Learn more from WebMD about the causes, symptoms, and treatments of allergies to cats.
Mast Cell Inhibitors for Allergy Symptoms
Cromolyn sodium (Nasalcrom, Crolom), a mast cell inhibitor, is used to prevent allergic symptoms like runny nose or itchy eyes by blocking histamine.
Steroid Nasal Sprays
WebMD explains the variety of steroid nasal sprays available to treat allergy-related congestion.
Latex Allergy Treatments
Latex exposure is associated with reactions that can range from mild to life-threatening. Read more about latex allergies, including causes, symptoms, treatment, emergency measures, and prevention.