What To Do if You Suspect a Skin Allergy
Is your skin itchy and red? If you think you have a skin allergy, here's what you should do to get diagnosed.
What Does a Pollen Count Mean?
Knowing the pollen count can help you know when to stay inside and when to treat your pollen allergy. But what does a pollen count mean?
Latex and Food Allergies: What's the Link?
If you’re allergic to latex, some foods may trigger a reaction. See which foods to watch for.
Most Common Drugs That Cause Allergies
Any drug can set off an allergic reaction. Here's a look at some of the drugs that are more likely to cause problems.
What Allergy Drugs Are OK With High Blood Pressure?
Some allergy medications are off limits when you have hypertension. Find out which allergy drugs are OK when you have high blood pressure.
Can I Manage Allergies With Over-the-Counter Drugs?
You can go to your doctor for allergy treatment, but you may want to try over-the-counter allergy medicine first. Many people find that non-prescription allergy medicine helps their allergy symptoms.
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.
Skin Testing for Outdoor Allergies
If you sneeze and sniffle and you think it's because of pollen or mold, you may need allergy skin testing to be sure.
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.
Which Plants Make the Most Pollen?
Is it the flowers -- or the trees, grasses, and weeds? What can you blame for your sneezing, itchy eyes, and runny nose during allergy season?