Allergies and Asthma Directory
Allergies and asthma often go hand-in-hand. Allergies can trigger asthma sometimes because of dust mites, mold or mildew, food allergies, pollen, insects, pets, and more. The best way to control these asthma and allergy problems is to avoid the triggers as much as possible. Find out how to do that and more.
If you’re on a search for information on asthma, allergies, or other respiratory disorders, check out WebMD's list of resources.
An Overview of Allergic Asthma
Learn about allergic asthma -- the signs, symptoms, and treatment -- to help prevent asthma attacks.
Asthma and Sulfites Allergies
WebMD explains the risks of sulfite allergies for people with asthma -- and some tips for preventing a life-threatening allergic reaction.
Foods That Can Trigger Asthma Attacks
Food allergies can be especially dangerous for people with asthma. Learn which foods to avoid if you also have food allergies and other precautions to take.