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Rising temperatures have contributed to a longer life-span for ragweed, a common allergen.
The rate of food allergies in children has increased — and so has the economic impact of these allergies on families.
Sometimes it seems like every other kid is allergic to something. Is that really the case and, if so, what can be done about it?
Viruses, pollen and a lapse in taking medication all contribute to kids suffering from more asthma attacks this time of year.
Asthma can be triggered by food, dust, mold and even cold air. The treatment options are just as varied.
Researchers have created an app and cradle that could soon enable your iPhone to run on-the-spot tests without a lab.
Video: Natalie Giorgi, 13, accidentally ate a dessert item with peanut butter at Camp Sacramento.
Researchers say that medication to eliminate the allergic reaction instead of simply treating its symptoms could be on the market within 5 years.
If allergies have you sniffling and sneezing, enjoy a cup of peppermint tea in the mountains.
First-grader Tyler Trovato is allergic to all but a handful of foods.
Since allergy medication can make you drowsy, it's always best to be cautious about deciding to drive or operate machinery.
Here's what you need to keep from sneezing so much.
A study finds that children whose parents spit-cleaned their pacifiers had reduced rates of allergy, asthma and eczema.
It's all about keeping the pollen outside so that you can breathe freely inside.
Between 2009 and 2011, 5.1 percent of children had food allergies, up from from 3.4 percent between 1997 and 1999.
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