Here are a few ideas for how to reduce the impact of dust mites and other household allergens this winter.
A recent study shows that lack of vitamin D – or too little sunshine – can actually be a detriment to your health if you have asthma, and in some cases can spur on asthma attacks.
Here are a few things you should know about allergy misconceptions.
Recent studies show that there could be a link between pollen allergies and certain symptoms thought to be a food allergy.
Recent research into the origin of peanut allergies has found that there may be a link to skin disorders.
Some medical professionals say that fall weather can be just as bad for triggering for allergens as summer.
For most allergy sufferers, the hardest part about combating their triggers is knowing when they are going to be most impactful.
The water coming out of your tap is monitored by the government, but you may be surprised to learn that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s safe.
Now is the time to begin getting your soon-to-be college freshman ready for their new adventure!
Parents of children with allergies know that they have to be especially cautious when it comes to the medication, vaccines and environmental factors that their kids are exposed to.
Now those who want to play with their furry friends without pesky allergies getting in the way are in luck, as scientists believe they have discovered an injection that would relieve allergy symptoms for allergy sufferers.
While it has long been rumored that living with pets as a child can increase your immunity to allergies and asthma symptoms, researchers have recently discovered that being exposed to animal skins has similar effects.
According to many industry leaders, this autumn’s allergy season could be even worse than the summer season that allergy sufferers have had to endure for the past few months.
Old, uncleaned air conditioning and heating units, along with aged carpets, carry allergens like dust, dust mites and animal dander.
Did you know antihistamines may impair your ability to drive?
The good news is, there are plenty of steps that allergy and asthma sufferers can take to keep humidity levels down and eliminate allergens, from purchasing hypoallergenic bedding to using dehumidifiers. To find out more about how you can address each of the problems listed above, check out Allergy Be Gone’s infographic on humidity.
A new study released today deals with the impact that seasonal allergies have on the lives of those who suffer from them.
As many Americans prepare for a season of cold weather, allergy sufferers are undoubtedly preparing the interior of their homes to be sealed up from inclement weather, promote good air quality and reduce the chance of reaction throughout the next few months. Indoor allergens are a prominent issue for allergy sufferers around the globe. Approximately [...]