Grass allergy is one of the most common pollen allergies, up there with the birch tree and ragweed.
As if the news on climate change wasn’t bad enough, now scientists in England are projecting vast increases in the number of people who suffer from hay fever thanks to the devastating impact of global warming and extreme weather.
Immunotherapy in a toothpaste? Initial test proves positive.
Two senior researchers tackle the big SLIT questions.
Ever wonder why your hay fever symptoms flare up more on long car rides?
The FDA has approved two exciting new treatments for grass allergy sufferers.
A new treatment for ragweed allergy saw symptoms and medication use reduced by 43 percent.
We know: you think of spring as a beauty to behold from behind glass – because of all that pollen in the air. But let Allergic Living show you how to do spring better, how to feel great and seize this glorious season.
New treatments for allergy to grass pollen show promise.
Is the grass greener on the other side of the fence? Who cares! No matter the color, it’s all the same allergen, responsible for watery eyes and summertime sniffles. Since you can’t avoid it, read up on our top tips for how to live with your grass allergy.