Mother Nature offers a number of herbal remedies to help ease our sniffles and sneezes.
Watery eyes, runny nose, sneezing fits - the woes of hay fever. If these symptoms mark the start of your spring or fall, follow these simple steps to help you get by.
Your pet is part of the family - but you've found that you're allergic. Learn how to cope if you just can't part with your pet.
That burning, stinging or tearing in your eyes may indicate you have eye allergies. Learn what can trigger this problem and how it can be treated.
So why do you need allergy testing? The truth is that allergic conditions are often not as straightforward as you may think. Allergy testing can sort out what exactly is causing your symptoms. With the results of the tests, you know exactly what to avoid.
Pollen counts in the air can be high on any given day, depending on the wind's strength and direction, as well as the temperature.
Despite the fact that drought shrivels pollen-producing plants, a lack of rain can make an allergy sufferer as miserable as spring's bounty.
Allergy sufferers across the East may be reaching for more tissues this fall with a bad ragweed season forecast.
Everything you need to know about fall allergies and how the weather spreads pollens.
Many people will enjoy the coolness of the fall season. But for allergy sufferers, fall may trigger symptoms caused by seasonal allergies.
Humans have been around plants for our entire evolutionary history. So why are roughly 20 percent of Americans allergic to pollen?
A new hypothesis argues that allergies emerged to protect us from harmful environmental substances
There are thousands of types of molds and yeasts in the fungus family.
In the last 30 years, the number of people suffering from allergies in developed countries has grown from 10 percent to 30 percent.
The leaves are changing and Ragweed is in full bloom. Here are a few tips to help you deal with some of fall's allergy triggers.
Here's the lowdown on some of the most common allergy-causing plants and trees, and how to spot them.
For the millions of instances that our immune system works with us, protecting our bodies from harmful foreign invaders and disease, it also sometimes works against us.