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Allergy and Asthma
It's common to deal with a sore throat, runny nose or cough during winter. Taking a close look at your symptoms can help you determine if you have a common cold or if allergies may be affecting you.
Nasal polyps are small growths on the lining of the nasal passages, often caused by chronic inflammation. Get answers to common questions about the tiny lumps that can cause big problems.
Summer increases outdoor time — and the chance of coming in contact with bees and wasps. Stings can range from annoying to life-threatening. Learn how to avoid being stung and what to do if you are.
Allergies affect 25% of U.S. adults and are nothing to sneeze at. Symptoms can make you feel miserable. Here are answers to four FAQ about seasonal allergies and how to manage them.
Asthma is a common chronic condition in childhood. Having an asthma action plan is helpful so key adults in your child's life understand it and what to do in an emergency. Here's what to include.
People reporting a penicillin allergy have their allergy designation removed with allergy testing more than 90% of the time. Find out who should be tested and what to expect.
Life at the dinner table looks different for people with food allergies, which often is confused with food intolerance. Understand the differences to help manage your meal planning.
Some seasonal allergy symptoms are similar those associated with COVID-19. Know the difference and when to seek medical care.
Spring is in the air, which can mean misery for allergy sufferers. Fortunately, you can treat yourself right with these tips and leave the tissues at home.
With flu season in full swing, there's still time to get a flu shot. But if your child has an egg allergy, you may be wondering if it's safe to be vaccinated.
Fall is a gorgeous time of year, but for many allergy sufferers, this can be the worst season as they suffer from symptoms that may include a stuffy and runny nose, itchy eyes, increased asthma attacks and more sinus infections.