Pollen, dust, animal dander, nuts, shellfish … all of these can cause allergic reactions. But how do you know when an allergic reaction is a mild irritant or life-threating? Our expert explains.
Can certain foods make your asthma worse? While food isn’t a normal asthma trigger, asthma can make food allergies more severe. Learn more about the connection.
Worried your child is having a reaction to food? There are telltale signs to watch out for. A pediatric allergist explains.
Dust mite allergies affect many people, especially during sleep. Find out how you can prevent and ease these allergies with hypoallergenic pillow and mattress covers.
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If you’re allergic to metal, you know that coins and jewelry may cause a reaction. But metals also are hiding out in places you might least expect. Find out where and how to manage your metal allergy.
You’re stuffy and congested, your eyes are watering and your nose is running… ah, it must be autumn! As beautiful as fall can be, it can also be agonizing if you’re prone to seasonal allergies. And allergist talks about what causes them and how to handle them.
A treatment program developed at Cleveland Clinic for peanut-allergic preschoolers and babies has proven effective at helping children overcome their food allergy. Find out more about this life-changing – and perhaps life-saving – outcome.
You’ve spent a glorious day in your garden. Or you went on a beautiful hike. Or you picnicked with friends, or took your dog for a walk, or… well, whatever you did, you’re now itchy, splotchy and covered in little red bumps. When poison ivy strikes, here’s what to do.
You know allergies can make you miserable. But will you have to suffer with them for life, or is it possible to grow out of them? Learn more from a Cleveland Clinic allergist.
Have you ever wondered if you can develop an allergy later in life? Find out the answer from a Cleveland Clinic allergist.