Dust Mite Mattress and Pillow Covers for Allergies
WebMD examines the benefits of mattress and pillow covers for those with dust mite allergies.
Outdoor Allergy: Questions for Your Doctor
When you have an outdoor allergy, you have lots of questions. Take this list with you when you go see your doctor or allergist.
Milk Protein Allergies: Spotting Problems on Food Labels
If you have a milk or dairy allergy, you can make food substitutes in your recipe to avoid your allergy.
WebMD explains symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of a mold allergy.
Dust Allergy Checklist
If you or someone in your family has a dust allergy, there are things you can do to ease your symptoms. Try these tips around your home.
Testing for Food Allergies
Need to get to the bottom of your suspected food allergies? Get information on the elimination diet and food challenge test.
What Can I Do About Pet Allergies?
If you have a pet and you have pet allergies, there are steps you can take to ease your allergy symptoms and still keep your pet.
Which Allergies Do Shots Work For?
Allergy shots don't work for all kinds of allergies. They help for some kinds of allergies better than others.
Understanding Eye Allergies
Don’t overlook itchy, red, and swollen eyes – they may be symptoms of an eye allergy, which can occur by itself or with a nasal allergy. This guide covers the causes, symptoms, and treatment of chronic and seasonal eye allergies.
What Does 'Hypoallergenic' Mean?
If a product is labeled hypoallergenic, does that mean it's OK if you have allergies? Find out what hypoallergenic means.