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From the archives: When food allergies were ‘strange pranks’ for scientists to decipher
A November 1936 Popular Science article presented the available data on food allergies, albeit limited.
Scientists create a small, allegedly delicious piece of yeast-free pizza dough
No yeast, no problem.
Climate change is pumping more pollen into allergy season
Get ready for longer allergy seasons.
How to take seasonal allergy medications the right way
Goodbye snow, hello hay fever.
What makes gluten-free oats different from regular ones?
It’s a surprisingly complicated issue.
There’s no harm in taking probiotics for allergies
We’re still figuring out how the bugs in your gut make you sniffle.
Can I be allergic to alcohol?
Alcohol allergies are pretty rare, but intolerance is a lot more common.
How long do allergies last—a few years or your whole life?
Kids and the elderly don’t have much in common when it comes to allergies.
Does taking allergy medication make my allergies worse?
And other answers about allergy medicine.
Your dog gets allergies for the same reasons you do
Pollen season can be ruff for everyone.