“It’s not easy talking to your extended family about personal health issues but when their own health may be at stake, you don’t have a choice.”
From asthma to skin reactions, the chemicals in scented products can cause a host of serious health problems in those with sensitivities.
As temperatures drop into the frigid range, the good news is that seasonal allergies subside. But for the allergic community, the winter cold and flu season simply means a different challenge: where sneezing left off in early fall, wheezing often steps in.
A study identifies a puzzling link between allergies, asthma and ADHD in children.
Hungry and not sure where to go? Follow the experts to these allergy-friendly hidden gems.
Take the guesswork out of eating out with Allergic Living’s top picks for celiac- and allergy-aware restaurant chains.
Three-quarters of patients with asthma and sensitivity to Aspirin are getting asthma flare-ups from alcohol.
Allergies to spices are difficult to detect and on the rise, says allergist Sami Bahna.
One of the biggest questions people have is whether it’s possible to react to a food through inhalation. While allergists stress that severe reactions to airborne food particles are uncommon, there are some instances in which allergenic food proteins can get into the air and potentially cause trouble. According to Dr. Scott Sicherer of the… Read more »
Did you know that 30 to 50 per cent of those with an allergy to one of the seafood groups will react ot more than one type of fish or shellfish?