Dealing with allergy symptoms can be a challenge. You need to be ever mindful of allergens and environmental conditions to ease symptoms. While avoidance of allergy triggers is key, there are some medical therapies that many allergic people find helpful.Learn How to Find Relief from Common Allergies ›
The three most effective ways to treat allergies are avoidance, allergy shots (also called immunotherapy), and medication. Find Out More About Treatment Options to See Which May Be Best for You ›
The thought of getting a series of allergy shots may not appeal to you, but immunotherapy may be a good treatment option if your allergies are severe or not well controlled with other treatments.Find Out if You are a Good Candidate for Allergy Shots ›
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Food allergies and food intolerances are often difficult to tell apart because they often have similar symptoms. So how do you tell them apart?Learn More About the Tests that Diagnose Food Allergy and Intolerances ›
Nonprescription antihistamines and decongestants in pill form can help dry and open up your nose. But some of these medications will make you drowsy.Learn More About Allergy Medications ›
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