Food allergies have nearly doubled among black children over the last 23 years, according to a new study.
Researchers reported that their peanut allergy treatment was a success.
Expectant mothers who eat lots of nuts during pregnancy are less likely to have children with peanut or tree nut allergies.
Getting allergy shots during pregnancy may help prevent allergies in children, according to a new study.
In order to protect children with food allergies, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recently issued its first guidelines to schools.
The House of Representative passed a bill that will encourage schools to carry anti-allergy drug, epinephrine.
Vegan customers in the Northeast may have been shocked to find that their preferred salad from Whole Foods was decidedly not vegan.
Children born outside of the U.S. are significantly less likely to have allergic diseases like asthma, eczema, hay fever and food allergies, according to a new study. However, researchers found that the longer children live in the U.S. the greater their chances of developing allergic disease.
We all know people who sneeze loudly and comically, and other people whose sneezes are as quiet as a mouse.
Spring brings the return of warm weather to many parts of the United States – but, for many people, it also brings allergies.
33-year-old mother from United Kingdom was diagnosed with an exercise allergy.
A study from Australia has found a link between lack of vitamin D and food allergies in children. Researchers say that insufficient vitamin D increases food allergy risk by threefold.
According to a new study, babies born via cesarean have a higher chance of developing allergies later in life.
A drug that's injected once a month to treat asthma can also be an effective remedy for hard-to-treat hives and itches, says a new study.
Do you have allergies no matter what the pollen count outside says?