Allergies - Videos

Allergy Season

Learn some tips to keep your allergies in control this season.

Understanding the Symptoms of Allergies

While the heat is a welcome return to those not ready to say good-bye to summer, not everyone is rejoicing. Many people are suffering with almost unbearable allergies.

Dr. Nancy Reports on Fall Allergies

Just a few days after the official start of the fall, with cold and flu season right around the corner, a lot of people are dealing with seasonal allergies.

Dr. Nancy Offers Allergy-Fighting Tips

Dr. Nancy offers advice on avoiding allergy suffering by changing running times and using nasal sprays.

Allergy Shots: Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy is one of the most effective treatments available to allergy sufferers. Learn how allergy shots work and who should and should not get them.

Knowing If It Is a Cold or an Allergy

When you have watery eyes, a runny nose, congestion and sneezing, how can you tell if it's a cold or an allergy? Find out the difference and the treatment options for both.

Traffic Pollution Can Make Asthma Worse

Traffic pollution may exacerbate kids' asthma.

Autumn Can Stir Up Allergies

Fall can instigate allergies, and for some people, it's misery.

2012 Has Been One of the Worst Allergy Seasons on Record

With unseasonably warm temperatures and long seasons, many say 2012 has been one of the worst on record for allergy sufferers. But if you think this is bad -- wait until 2040, when some allergists predict our pollen counts will double.

Peanut Allergies May Be Linked to Economic Status

There may be a link between peanut allergies and socio-economic status.

Pesticides Have Been Linked to Food Allergies

Allergists report that high levels of a chemical used in pesticides and to chlorinate water are associated with food allergies.

Some Foods Might Be Allergy Triggers

When your allergies start up, you know the usual culprits: mold, ragweed, and weather changes that stir those things up. But there may be hidden food triggers making your runny nose and itchy eyes worse.

Kids with Food Allergies May Be Bullied

Learn why children with food allergies may be the victims of bullying.

Iraq War Vet: Soldiers Turn Down Psychiatric Care Because It's Stigmatized

The US Military does not guarantee confidentiality to soldiers seeking psychological treatment, creating stigma about seeking help.

Allergens in Your Hair

Your hair can harbor allergens. Find out why wearing a ponytail can help.

Lactose Intolerance Vs. Milk Allergy

Celebrity couple Anne Heche and James Tupper ask pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears about lactose intolerance vs. milk allergies.

Allergic To Everything

Full Segment: From peanuts to gluten to soy to dairy, a lot of Westerners have dietary restrictions. When did modern eaters become so delicate, and should they be accommodated?

I'm Allergic To Almost Everything

Ben Cober, allergic to shellfish, nuts, and eggs, tells HuffPost Live host Nancy Redd about living with multiple food allergies.

3 Allergy Myths Busted

Allergy sufferers will try just about anything to get relief, but some might be wasting their time. We put some popular allergy myths to the test!

Children's Eating Phobias

Dr. Kimberly Williams teaches you about eating phobias and how it affects children.

New Remedies Could See Kids Outgrow Food Allergy

Can children outgrow a common food allergy? Two new studies put eggs to the test.

The Signs of Anaphylaxis

Dr. Travis explains what happens to your body when you go through anaphylactic shock. Symptoms can include swelling of the face and tongue, slurred speech, red skin, high-pitched breathing, hives and itchiness.

Julie Bowen Reveals a Family Health Scare

Emmy-award winning actress Julie Bowen cracks us up as Claire Dunphy on ABC's Modern Family. Julie has a modern family of her own as the mother of three boys. She also reveals that Halloween can be especially scary because her oldest son suffers from anaphylaxis, a life-threatening allergic reaction that can be triggered by certain foods, such as peanuts.

5 Weird Allergies

See Geobeats' compilation of 5 very weird allergies.

What Congestion After Red Wine Means

Have you noticed that you sneeze and get congested after drinking a glass of red? You could have a red wine allergy. About 30 percent of people suffer from some type of red wine intolerance or allergies. The culprit? Histamines created by yeast in the fermenting process. Don't worry! Researchers at the University of British Columbia have been working for the past 16 years to develop a solution - a new yeast that eliminates the histamine byproduct.

Top 10 Strange Allergies

Have an adverse reaction to exercise? Maybe you're lazy, maybe you're allergic. Find out here along with 9 other rather strange allergies.

PTSDrone - Emotional Costs Far Away From Battlefield

PTSD among soldiers returning from the battlefield is well-documented. But when drone pilots run missions from a world away, combat stress is just as serious. Joining the conversation are Andrea Stone, Fred Gusman, Levi Newman and Peter Asaro.

Ayurvedic Body Types and Anxiety Disorders

Psychiatrist Dr. Henry Emmons describes Ayurveda and its Vata, Pitta, and Kapha body types. How can practicing Ayurveda help you live a balanced life and decrease anxiety and depression? Watch and find out.

What Happens During Anaphylaxis

See what happens to the body when it experiences anaphylactic shock, and learn how to use an EpiPen to save someone's life.

Living with a Deadly Peanut Allergy

Kylie, 12, suffers from a severe allergy to peanuts. Kylie joins "The Doctors," along with her mother, Yael, and allergist Dr. Cathy Green to discuss anaphylaxis awareness and a new molecular blood test to determine the severity of a child's food allergy.
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