Using sunblock is critical but be careful about the lotion you choose. Some may cause allergic reactions – and it may not be the lotion itself.
A study says certain foods high in antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids and other nutrients can help those who suffer from seasonal allergies.
Our unusually warm, sunny weather has trees and shrubs blooming big time. Beauty brings misery to millions.
Blame tall trees for early Spring allergies.
Philadelphia is now 25 out of the top 100 worst cities for allergy suffers — that’s up five places from last year.
Dr. Maria Lania, director of Allergy and Immunology at Cooper University Hospital, says allergy season is underway and there’s already a lot of sneezing and itchy eyes.
Over two million people in the United States suffer from peanut allergy and far too many deaths are attributed to food allergies each year. Many people ask if there is any cure on the horizon.
The company is recalling its Whole Foods Market Kitchens Roasted Garlic & Eggplant Soup, which is actually Lobster Bisque, in six states.
Teens are more likely to take risks when it comes to food allergies. Behavior such as not reading food labels or knowingly eating foods labeled “may contain allergens” is quite common.
Twenty-two-year-old Jordan Silverman and his 18-year-old brother Bryan have a novel business plan: They want to print advertisements on toilet paper.
The Minnesota Twins are at the halfway point of a 10-game effort to separate baseball and peanuts for fans with nut allergies.
Native to our area, poison ivy thrives in our yards, and birds spread it by eating its berries and depositing the seeds all around. But most people are allergic to it, which is why hiring the ‘I don’t want poison ivy’ guy might be the way to go.
If you are sniffling and sneezing more this winter season than last year, it is not your imagination.
If you don’t want goldenrod exactly where you find it, instead of removing it like a weed, just move it instead.
A study conducted by Columbia University researchers reveals neighborhoods where children have a high rate of asthma are twice as likely to have antibodies combating cockroach protein in their blood, meaning they were exposed to the bug and probably allergic.