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While temperatures and humidity levels will fluctuate from day to day this week, unseasonable warmth will continue into next weekend around Boston. more >
Bacteria in the gut can help protect mice against peanut food allergies, according to a new study.
If you suffer from the wide array of seasonal allergy symptoms such as fatigue; sinus congestion; itchy eyes, nose or throat; or watery eyes, don’t let a high pollen count get you down.
High pollen levels throughout much of the country mean that millions of Americans are sniffling, sneezing and itching.
Any food with a "gluten-free" label in the United States now must meet a new set of standards outlined by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
It may seem surprising that some hay-fever sufferers get an itchy feeling in their mouths, throats and lips when they start to eat certain foods.
Do you love the great outdoors, but don't feel so great out there during allergy season?
This time of year everyone's attention is on allergies — most importantly, how to stop them in their tracks. I have patients each spring who complain about symptoms while indoors — even though there is no pollen exposure inside.
Misery loves comfort, and with approximately 50 million Americans plagued by seasonal allergies, there are plenty of people feeling miserable and seeking comfort when pollen is in the air.