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An 11-year-old Texas boy died from an asthma attack he suffered during a baseball game.
11-year-old Texas boy dies from asthma attack during baseball game

An 11-year-old Texas boy recently died from an asthma attack, serving as a reminder of how important it is for people of all ages to properly address this potentially dangerous yet highly treatable chronic respiratory disease.

Mold can easily accumulate in your bathroom if you aren't careful.
3 spots inside your house that are rife with allergens

There has been a lot of talk about seasonal allergies lately, but there are also some key spots inside your home that could be triggering symptoms.

Don't let your allergies interfere with doing the things you love this spring.
Keep allergy symptoms at a minimum while gardening

If you’re an avid gardener, it’s important to be proactive so that you can keep your allergy symptoms to a minimum during and after your time outside.

Allergy Disease News

Spring allergies may be worse than usual this year as a result of the uncharacteristically cold winter.
A long winter could mean worse seasonal allergies

Experts say that the effects of the freezing weather and the lingering signs of winter may lead to a worse-than-usual spring allergy season.

A new study reveals that there may be a link between allergies and stress.
Is there a link between allergies and stress?

A recent study published in the journal Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology suggests that there is an association between stress and allergy flare-ups.

Louisville, Kentucky, topped the list of the worst places to live if you suffer from allergies.
Louisville tops list of worst cities for allergy sufferers

To help people prepare for spring allergies, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) compiled its annual list of the worst cities to live in if you suffer from allergies.

Allergy Product News

If you're trying to come up with a gift idea for your friend who suffers from allergies, check out some of the products on the Allergy Be Gone website.
Holiday gift ideas for people who have allergies

If you have people on your holiday gift list who suffer from asthma or allergies, why not get them some products that will improve their quality of life year round?

If your children suffer from allergies, consider purchasing SafetyTats before sending them back to school.
‘Safety tattoos’ alert people to children’s dangerous allergies

Parents of children who suffer from severe allergies know are too well how nerve-wracking it can be to send their sons and daughters to day care, camp or school and trust that they’ll be safe in the event that they come into contact with an allergen. With this in mind, Baltimore mother-of-three Michele Walsh invented a product called SafetyTat.

The GE ADER30LP 30 Pint Dehumidifier packs a double punch against mold and dust mites.
Allergy Be Gone’s best weapons against irritants and allergens

If you’ve ever felt helpless against the effects of allergies, remember there are always ways to take control of your health and be proactive. These hot products can help you do just that.

Allergy Relief News

The FDA just approved the first-ever pill for grass pollen allergy sufferers.
FDA approves first-ever pill for grass pollen allergies

If you’re one of the millions of people who suffer from seasonal allergies, you’ll be happy to hear that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) just approved the first-ever pill for pollen allergies.

The cold weather kills common allergens like mold and pollen.
The first few frosts bring relief for seasonal allergy sufferers

Whether you dread winter or look forward to it, the fact is that if you’re one of the millions of Americans who suffers from seasonal allergies, this frigid time of year will bring on significant relief from your seasonal allergies.

New research shows that living on a farm may reduce people's environmental allergy symptoms.
People who live on farms may have less severe environmental allergy symptoms

Did you know that living on a farm may have a positive effect on your environmental allergy symptoms?

Seasonal Allergy News

Don't let seasonal allergies interfere with your outdoor exercise.
Don’t let spring allergies interfere with your outdoor exercise

As the weather gets warmer, more and more people will begin exercising outside once again.

Knowing the difference between a cold and allergies is key to treating yourself.
Is it a cold or allergies?

While both conditions will make you feel sick and miserable, it’s important to make the distinction between the two in order to treat yourself as effectively as possible and best avoid future outbreaks.

Warm winter weather means an early start to allergy season in the Bay Area.
Allergy season already descending on the Bay Area

Allergy season is starting to creep in earlier than usual – and San Francisco residents are beginning to feel the effects.

Allergy Infographics

By purchasing a dehumidifier you can help reduce the level of moisture in your home.
Infographic: How humidity affects allergy sufferers and what you can do about it

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.

Seasonal allergies can even affect the romantic lives of some people.
Two in five men have encountered romantic problems because of seasonal allergies

A new study released today deals with the impact that seasonal allergies have on the lives of those who suffer from them.

Infographic: Allergy myths dispelled

An 11-year-old Texas boy recently died from an asthma attack, serving as a reminder of how important it is for people of all ages to properly address this potentially dangerous yet highly treatable chronic respiratory disease.  According to CBS 7, Leo Cano suffered an asthma attack while playing a game of baseball this past weekend. He [...]