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.
Allergy- and Asthma-Proof Your Home
Learn more from WebMD about making your home as allergy- and asthma-proof as possible.
An Overview of Occupational Asthma
The workplace can be hazardous for people with allergies. Learn more from WebMD about occupational asthma.
Food Allergies and Asthma
Learn more about the link between food allergies and asthma.
Allergies and Asthma
WebMD looks at the link between allergies and asthma.
Manage Your Allergy-Induced Asthma
These tips will help you avoid your triggers for asthma brought on by allergies.
You don't have to be a child to have new allergy symptoms. Once you know what's causing you to sneeze, sniffle, or itch – and whether it's an allergy or something else – you can find treatment that works.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: 10 Worst Cities for Asthma
If you have asthma, some cities are harder places to live in than others. Here are the Top 10 “Asthma Capitals” for 2015, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.
Slideshow: Sneaky Allergy Asthma
Sneaky Allergy and Asthma Triggers
You know pollen and pet dander can set off asthma and allergy problems, but what are some of the more surprising triggers?