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How to take seasonal allergy medications the right way
Goodbye snow, hello hay fever.
The most effective ways to avoid bee, wasp, and hornet stings
Your guide to a sting-free summer.
What you should know about allergic reactions to the COVID-19 vaccine
Allergic reactions to vaccines are rare but not unheard of.
Ticks that cause red meat allergies are spreading, and invasive fire ants may be our best hope
The insects are an unlikely ally against the lone star tick.
Half of the people who think they have food allergies actually don’t
But that doesn’t mean you’re imagining things.
Thunder fever sounds fake, but it’s a real danger to asthma sufferers
When spring and summer storms strike, asthma attacks can get worse.
Forget allergy shots. Try allergy toothpaste.
The future of allergy treatment could be as easy as brushing your teeth.
TEST DONT DELETE Clone of These are the most common—and deadliest—allergies
Seasonal allergies hit us hard, but you might be surprised by what kills us.
You’re almost certainly using the word ‘allergies’ wrong
No need to sniffle about it, though.
You can actually be allergic to exercise
Some people have a real excuse to skip the gym.