Hives are itchy, red, and sometimes swollen patches that develop on your skin. They can appear suddenly — so suddenly, in fact, that you can’t even figure out what caused them. Here are three primary causes of hives and what to do about them.
When you have allergies, it’s an ongoing effort to limit your exposure to your particular allergens — and some of the most common allergens are found in bedrooms. Can hypoallergenic bedding help? It depends.
If you’re among the 50 million Americans suffering from seasonal allergies, you may feel like hibernating in spring. Instead, fight back with immunotherapy, a safe and effective treatment that provides long-term relief.
Millions of Americans deal with allergies, but not everyone knows exactly what allergens bother them the most. That starts with allergy testing. Read on to learn more about the types of allergy testing and how testing helps shape your treatment plan.
Comorbidities are when you have two long-term diseases or illnesses simultaneously, and people with eczema are at higher risk. Read on to learn about three health complications that often occur with eczema.
Allergic reactions to food occur when your immune system sees any food as harmful to your body. Knowing the most common food allergies can help you detect what foods to cut out of your diet and be on the lookout to avoid ingesting.
Allergies affect millions of Americans, whether it’s during pollen and ragweed seasons, pet allergies, or any number of things people are allergic to. But, if you’re dealing with an allergy, how do you know an allergy shot is right for you?
Pet allergies may be a common problem, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up your furry friend. Instead, understanding what causes your reaction can help you find ways to happily coexist. Keep reading to learn more.
It’s not just itchy. Eczema is a frustrating and embarrassing problem that can be hard to manage on your own. That's where we come in. Get expert advice on how to identify and avoid common eczema triggers.
Asthma can develop at any time in life; it’s not a diagnosis limited to children. Continued exposure to airborne allergens or allergens at work may be to blame. Here’s what to know about adult-onset asthma.
Your baby is six months old. You’re ready to switch from the breast or bottle to solid foods. But you’re nervous. Whether you have food allergies yourself or not, you know they’re common and could affect your baby. What do you do?
Allergies can be unpleasant, whether they come and go or remain throughout the year. Doctors can order a series of tests to determine your triggers and help you find the best relief. Here’s why skin testing is considered the best form of allergy testing.
Hives can feel like a perplexing problem when you aren’t sure what is triggering your symptoms. Learning about the most common triggers may help you solve that puzzle. You can live a better life with hives. Learn how.
Tired of sneezing or dealing with itchy, watery eyes? Unmanaged allergies can be quite bothersome and infringe on your quality of life. Find out how immunotherapy can provide allergy relief and which type is right for you.
If you have mild food allergies, is it okay to leave them untreated? Not necessarily. Food allergies can be unpredictable. Continue reading to learn about the common food allergy symptoms and the dangers of leaving them untreated.
Eczema is very common, affecting as many as 31 million Americans. The two most common types of eczema are atopic and contact dermatitis. In this blog, we explore the causes, symptoms, and treatments for these two conditions.
Eczema is common — and for that reason, a lot of people think it’s OK to put off seeing a doctor for treatment. But delaying care can increase your risk of some serious complications. Plus, seeing a doctor is the best way to feel better fast.
Allergic reactions can range from annoying, such as a runny nose, to life-threatening. If you have allergies, but you don’t know what you’re allergic to, testing is the only way to identify the triggers. Click the link to learn more!
Hot temperatures, poor air quality, high pollen counts, and plenty of activity are all key ingredients of a typical summer. If you are asthmatic, though, these could trigger attacks. Follow these tips to reduce the risk.
Asthma is a common problem in the United States. But having it can put you at a higher risk for developing health complications from COVID-19. Read on to learn more about these conditions and how you can protect yourself.
If you’re one of the millions of Americans who suffer from allergies, you might be desperate for a cure. While there’s no cure, immunotherapy, sometimes called allergy shots, can eliminate your symptoms — the next best thing to a cure. Read on to find out.
Are you experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms, but aren’t sure if you should be concerned about the possibility of COVID-19? Your expert team at Regional Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Center lays out the differences in symptoms between coronavirus and seas