Living With Allergies Directory
Living with allergies means handling them at work, home, and play. People with allergies use a variety of strategies to manage their allergic reactions. Living with allergies may cause unwanted problems like depression, stress, and emotional responses. Support groups are a good way to connect with others who understand your allergy experience and can make it easier to bear. Follow the links below to find WebMD’s comprehensive coverage of living with allergies, allergy support resources, tips to manage an allergy, and much more.
Safe Travel for Children With Severe 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.
Tips for Athletes With Life-Threatening Allergies
Being active is good for all kids. And with a little time to plan, a child with severe allergies can still take part in games and sports. These tips should help.
Handling Allergies in School
Here's what you can do to make sure your child's allergies don’t take a toll on his grades or social life.
Allergy or Side Effect?
WebMD explains the difference between drug allergies and drug side effects.
Don't Let Allergies Make You Depressed
Allergy symptoms can drain you and make you feel miserable. Try these simple strategies to conquer allergies and fight depression.
How Should I Clean My House If I Have Allergies?
When you have allergies, keeping your home clean takes on a new importance. Get ideas on how to make it easier.
You Don’t Have to Be a Kid to Come Down With an Allergy
You might think allergies, skin tests, and shots are for kids. But if you’ve got a scratchy throat and sniffles, think again.
Living With Severe Allergies
If you suffer severe allergies, experts offer these three strategies for managing allergens to control your allergies.