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Allergy Shots Vs. Drops
Allergist Dr. Rita Kachru answers whether or not allergy drops are safe, and are allergy shots effective?
3 Allergy Myths Busted
Allergy sufferers will try just about anything to get relief, but some might be wasting their time. We put some popular allergy myths to the test!
How to Reduce Your Risk of Allergies
Learn how to be protected from allergies with these tips.
David Wolfe Explains His "Avocado" Nickname and Food Allergies
Author and Nutrition Expert David Wolfe explains the origins of his nickname "Avocado" and how he got involved in the raw foods movement to Blythe Metz.
Blythe Raw Live
The Cure For Peanut Allergies May Be...Peanuts
Erika Edwards reports people with a peanut allergy would never put peanuts in their mouth... But they may someday be cured by putting it under their tongue.
Drops Under Tongue Could Be as Effective As Allergy Shots
People who suffer from severe allergies often get shots to train their bodies to react less aggressively to pollen, dust, ragweed, grass and mold.
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.
Allergens in Your Hair
Your hair can harbor allergens. Find out why wearing a ponytail can help.
5 Weird Allergies
See Geobeats' compilation of 5 very weird allergies.
Allergic to Exercise?
Can you really be allergic to exercise? Learn about exercise-induced anaphylaxis.
See how to treat an illness known as sun poisoning, and learn about other conditions that can arise from being hypersensitive to sunlight.
Tips for Dealing with Food Allergies
Cope with food allergies with these hints, relieve discomfort, and maybe even save your life.
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.
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.
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