The pollen’s out and once again you’re congested and bleary-headed. Do you get a few allergy symptoms or the whole enchilada?
Sun’s Rays May Prevent Food Allergies, Eczema
A large study of Australian kids finds persuasive evidence that sun exposure may help to ward off both food allergies and eczema.
Under-the-Tongue Pills for Grass Allergy
Looking for options for how to control your seasonal allergies? Under-the-tongue-tablets that effectively improve hay fever symptoms may soon be on the market. The best part? Studies show that their protective effect lingers years after patients stop taking them.
Top 10 Flowers for Allergy-Free Gardening
Dreaming of a vibrant, gorgeous garden but have allergies that get in the way? This year, work with allergy-friendly flowers and plants and you might finally have the garden, and the allergy-control, of your dreams.
When The Cold Brings On Hives
For many, it can take years of itching and welts before finally being diagnosed with cold-induced hives.
Year-Round Allergies Make Ragweed Worse
Study finds you might develop symptoms earlier than others also allergic to ragweed.
Hay Fever’s Hidden Springtime Toll
Think hay fever isn’t that big a deal? From the sneezing and sniffling to the social, psychological and professional toll it takes, research begs to differ.
Planet Allergy: Climate Change Fuels Allergies
From the Allergic Living archives, an investigation of rising temperatures and rising allergies. Wasp sting reactions in Alaska, wildfire pollution,… Read more »
Stinging Insect Allergies: When Are They Serious?
With warm weather, they’re back! Know and reduce the risks.
Trees that Make You Sneeze
Allergic Living’s handy region-by-region field guide to Canada.