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Allergy and Asthma

Itchy eyes, scratchy throat, runny nose, trouble breathing. Don't suffer from allergies and asthma longer than you have to. Here, resources and expert advice to help you relieve your symptoms and breathe easier.

September is the most dangerous month of the year for the nearly 7 million children in the U.S. with asthma.

Follow our simple tips for the best ways to handle your child's asthma attack.

Expert advice to put an end to the allergy symptoms that are driving you crazy.

With everything from gluten sensitivity to severe nut allergies to worry about, millions of people find eating a risky business.

We know having allergies can be annoying, but don't ignore the symptoms; it could lead to serious health problems.

With allergies spiking from spring to fall, keeping your home free of dust mites and pollen is difficult.

If you're sneezing because of allergy season, follow this handy to-do list to find relief.

Allergies can crop up anytime, even in adults who've never suffered symptoms before. Feel better this fall with these anti-sneeze strategies.

Obesity isn't the only children's health problem that's on the rise: Asthma is now the most common chronic condition facing tweens and teens.

During allergy season, outdoor irritants (such as ragweed, grass and tree pollen) join existing indoor pollutants (dust mites and mold spores) and assault overactive immune systems, causing annoying s