An itchy, runny nose, irritated eyes, and a tingling mouth could indicate that you’re allergic to ragweed.
Two senior researchers tackle the big SLIT questions.
A tiny, easily inhaled substance sets off our allergic fireworks.
If springtime makes you want to cower away indoors, finding the right treatment for your allergies might be just the thing you need to brave the great outdoors again.
Living away at university can be daunting for special-diet students. But the good news is – from custom meals and free-from stations to accommodating dorms – campuses are starting to get with the allergy-friendly program.
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.
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.
For adults with allergies, the workplace presents a whole set of challenges when it comes to educating co-workers and employers. But the fact remains: you have the right to a safe environment. Here are some tips on how to deal with common issues like the business lunch and the unsympathetic colleague. Coping with Colleagues Q.… Read more »
There’s a race on to be the first with a sneeze-free cat.