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Ways to Cope with an Early Allergy Season
The mean season for millions of allergy sufferers is officially underway and it's set to be very rough Spring.
Allergic to Exercise?
Can you really be allergic to exercise? Learn about exercise-induced anaphylaxis.
Living with a Deadly Peanut Allergy
Kylie, 12, suffers from a severe allergy to peanuts. Kylie joins "The Doctors," along with her mother, Yael, and allergist Dr. Cathy Green to discuss anaphylaxis awareness and a new molecular blood test to determine the severity of a child's food allergy.
I'm Allergic To Almost Everything
Ben Cober, allergic to shellfish, nuts, and eggs, tells HuffPost Live host Nancy Redd about living with multiple food allergies.
HuffPost Live Highlights
Allergy Season: Gonna Be Bad
Texas is known for fresh, clean air but to the estimated 40 million who suffer with allergies, it smells a lot different. The state is already setting record pollen levels and some days, the Lone Star state is the worst in the country.
Study Advises to Introduce Allergen Foods to Allergic Children
A new study advises parents to introduce highly allergenic foods to young babies, instead of waiting.
Explaining Eosinophilic Esophagitis
Seven-year-old Devon suffers from a wide array of severe allergies, including a condition called eosinophilic esophagitis, where an inflammatory, allergic reaction causes the airway to swell and impairs breathing. Devon’s severe allergies actually prevent him from attending school, physically, but with the help of VGo robotic technology, Devon is able to visually trek the halls of his school and learn beside his classmates. See how the VGo robot has changed Devon's life, from both an educational
Sulfur Allergy Reaction
See why pharmacists ask about sulfur allergies when certain antibiotics are prescribed.
Bringing Devon to School with Robot-Assisted Learning
Seven-year-old Devon’s severe allergies prevent him from attending school, physically, but with the help of VGo robotic technology, Devon is able to visually trek the halls of his school and learn beside his classmates. Follow Devon to school with his VGo robot. Plus, Devon's robot takes a field trip to The Doctors ’ stage!
Living with Life-Threatening Allergies
Seven-year-old Devon suffers from a wide array of severe, life-threatening allergies. See the daily precautions that need to be taken to prevent Devon from having an allergic reaction.
Salt Therapy as a Possible Treatment For Severe Allergies
Some parents are using salt therapy as a natural remedy for their children's allergies.
5 Weird Allergies
See Geobeats' compilation of 5 very weird allergies.
Lactose Intolerance Vs. Milk Allergy
Celebrity couple Anne Heche and James Tupper ask pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears about lactose intolerance vs. milk allergies.
Tips for Dealing with Food Allergies
Cope with food allergies with these hints, relieve discomfort, and maybe even save your life.
Allergy Shots Vs. Drops
Allergist Dr. Rita Kachru answers whether or not allergy drops are safe, and are allergy shots effective?
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