The word allergy originated in 1906. Today it’s come to mean a million different things.
Pollen season can be ruff for everyone.
And other answers to the allergy questions you’re too afraid to ask.
Kids and the elderly don’t have much in common when it comes to allergies.
But here’s our best advice.
Alcohol allergies are pretty rare, but intolerance is a lot more common
The future of allergy treatment could be as easy as brushing your teeth.
The allergy aisle can be confusing.
We’re still figuring out how the bugs in your gut make you sniffle.
Eating allergens seems like it should reduce sneezes. In practice? Not so much.
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