It’s always tough to be a parent, but when your child has allergies you have an added layer of worry and responsibility. At a time when many young kids are learning their way in the world, you have to arm
Food allergies are more common than ever before. In the United States, the occurrence of food allergies in children went up 50 percent between 1997 and 2011. Potentially life-threatening allergies affect increasing numbers of adults worldwide, although researchers don’t yet
Think in the long, cold winter all your allergies will go away? We hate to be bearers of bad news, but think again. You may think that winter means your allergies head down south or go into hibernation. Sadly, there are
Pet hair on its own doesn’t cause allergies, but it’s the vehicle that transports the real culprit of human allergies: pet dander – flakes of skin very much like human dandruff.