Allergies - Caregiving

Anaphylaxis: Preventing and Treating Life-Threatening Allergic Reactions

Stay safe by following these guidelines.

Yes, You Can Deal With a Restricted Diet

When a medical condition means you or a loved one must change how you eat, it feels overwhelming. Start here.

Your Partner or Your Pet? Loving Someone With Allergies

You love your pet. But what happens if your significant other can't set foot in your home without coughing or sneezing? Don't let allergies end your relationship. Read on for ways to solve the problem.

Acute vs. Chronic Sinusitis: Understand Your Condition

For many, sinusitis means uncomfortable symptoms that may require the right treatment to overcome.

Taking Your Child to the Hospital?

Care for your child with confidence with these 10 tips.

5 Surprisingly Dangerous Jobs for Asthma

With one in seven adults reportedly experiencing occupational asthma, chances are high that work could actually make you sick.

How to Cope When You Have No Health Insurance

If you've lost access to insurance, you may be wondering how you'll survive. Is there a way to get good health care even if your finances are unstable?

Share Your Story. Become a Health Hero.

Have you or a loved one survived a life-threatening disease? Are you currently struggling with depression, chronic pain, heart disease, or other health-related condition? Have you gone to extraordinary lengths to help someone in a health crisis? If so, we want to hear from you!

Don't Let Your Allergy Medications Make You Sick

Don't let the remedy make you feel worse.

Food Allergy Facts

Many of those who think they have a food allergy are, in fact, really suffering from a food intolerance or sensitivity, which can sometimes look very similar to food allergies but actually occurs in a different way.

Pinkeye Survival Guide

Want to soothe your pinkeye symptoms, or stop conjunctivitis before it starts? Check out our survival guide.
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