Spring is finally here! And so are allergies. Tara investigates why we have allergies and discusses some ways that might provide you with some relief.
Exposure to dog dust, or the dried flakes of skin that fall from Fido, may protect against developing allergies.
A new study suggests acupuncture helps allergies, but a closer look suggests otherwise. ->
Last Sunday I stopped by my local health food store and asked the juice guru behind the counter to whip up a potion that would dissolve a headache derived from allergies. "You need bee pollen," she told me. The juice guru knows her stuff, so I thoughtlessly let her mix me the drink. I sipped [...]
Want fresh air? Better just open a window. Some air fresheners are shown to cause eye and throat irritation, headaches and dizziness.
So far, the results are mixed. But one finding shows male cats cause more allergy troubles than females.
Though food allergies can be deadly, they are less common than most people think.
The amount of mucus you get when you're sick can be frightening, but it's purpose is to help. Here's a look at how it works.
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