A doctor explains what makes you sneeze and wheeze.
Since there is no cure for allergies, the easiest way to control them is to limit contact with an allergen. In this video, Dr. Paul Knoepflmacher
The good thing about indoor allergies is that the environment is much easier to control. It is important to know what causes your negative reaction, s
For some people, pets can cause health problems ranging from an annoying stuffy nose to a serious asthma attack. In fact, it is estimated that around
In this video, Dr. Preeti Parikh shares some tips on how to combat those annoying seasonal allergies including checking the daily pollen count, s
How do you know if it is a cold or seasonal allergies? Dr.Parikh overviews the similarities like histamine, and differences such as onset and length
Many believe that consuming honey helps build a tolerance to pollen allergies, but does eating honey prevent allergies? Dr Parikh reviews this myth
Does weather affect seasonal allergies? Dr. Preeti Parikh overviews how rain can affect the level of allergens in the air.
Does where you live affect allergies? Dr. Parikh reviews regional risks for potential allergens like plant types and length of the humid season.
A food allergy is what happens when your body mistakenly thinks a food is dangerous. It doesn’t take much as just a small amount of food can trigger a
Having a food allergy means remaining vigilant about what you eat at all times. In this video, Registered Dietitian Sharon Richter discusses.
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