Allergies - Videos

Seasonal Allergies Are At an All-Time Highâ€"End the Suffering with These Tricks

It’s not just youâ€"seasonal allergies are at an all-time high. But that doesn’t mean your nose is doomed to run forever.

Climate change and natural disasters contributing to rise in allergy, asthma cases

Asthma and allergy cases have risen 12 percent in the last decade, as well as food allergies and other sensitivities. Researchers are still determining the exact reason, but climate change and natural disasters have contributed to the rise.

Why Certain Fruits and Vegetables Can Make Your Throat Scratchy

The Doctors field a question from a viewer who says certain fruits and veggies irate her throat. Find out the possible reason why.

Do Wet Wipes Contribute to Allergies?

The Doctors discuss a new study which found that using wet wipes may affect the skin and cause allergies in children. Find out how parents still keep their kids clean on the go without possibly contributing to allergies.

Can Food Allergies Be Reversed?

A new study found some food allergies can be reversed with immunotherapy and gradual exposure to foods. The Doctors are joined by mom Kristen whose son Josh was part of the study and has had amazing results.

What is a water allergy?

Having allergies to nature and weather are common, but being allergic to water is so rare that fewer than 100 cases have been reported. How can someone be allergic to it when our bodies are more than 60% water?

Why is this year’s allergy season so bad?

Every spring, between 30 and 60 million people are effected by allergies like tree pollen and mold, but this year it’s affecting people more so than usual.

Has your city made the list for the 10 worst 'spring allergy capitals'?

The asthma and allergy foundation of America has released the list of the top 10 cities where its most challenging to live in for spring allergies.

Allergy Week: Tips for 24-Hour Protection

For Allergy Week, The Doctors welcome allergist Dr. Neeta Ogden, an Allegra spokesperson, to share her allergy tips.

It’s Time To Talk About Mental Health At Work

Talking about mental health at work can make you happier and healthier. If you’re worried about a colleague, follow these mental health first aid tips to start a conversation…

What Is Anxiety?

Occasional anxiety is a normal part of life, but for someone with an anxiety disorder the feeling does not go away over time. Find out more.

Ten Surprising Ways To Combat Anxiety

We all get anxious from time to time, but there are surprising things you can do to reduce feelings of anxiety and feel calm. Here are ten quick and simple ways to feel calm every day.

How to Prevent Peanut Allergies

The pros have some ideas.

Ten Surprising Ways To Combat Anxiety

We all get anxious from time to time, but there are surprising things you can do to reduce feelings of anxiety and feel calm. Here are ten quick and simple ways to feel calm every day.

Minnesota Woman with Rare Syndrome Develops Allergies to Everything - Including Her Husband: ‘It’s Been Painful,’ He Says

When Scott Watkins met his future wife Johanna, it felt like fate.

Makers of EpiPen Offer a Discount

The controversy over the price of the EpiPen has reached a fever pitch as prices have risen by more than 400% and costing up to $600 for two of the pens.

Hidden Allergens in Your Home

Interior designer Robin Wilson, author of “Clean Design,” joins The Doctors to reveal some surprising places that allergens can hide in your home.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Is It a Cold or Allergies?

If you tend to get colds that develop suddenly and occur at the same time every year, you could have seasonal allergies. Although colds and allergies share some symptoms, such as sneezing and feeling run-down, they are different afflictions. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, allergist Dr. Arveen Bhasin explains what she looks for in patients to determine if it’s a cold or an allergy. Jeff Olsen reports.

Hair Dye Nightmare!

Chemise joins The Doctors to discuss her alarming allergic reaction to PPD, a common chemical in hair dye.

Having Allergies Is Easier When We all Help Those Who Have Them

It's Allergy Awareness Week.

Sarah Jessica Parker Shares about Her Son’s Life-Threatening Allergy

Actress Sarah Jessica Parker opens up about her son James Wilkie’s life-threatening allergy, and the terrifying day that he went into anaphylactic shock. She also shares her passion for the non-profit “Anaphylaxis for Reel.”

Everyone Should Own an EpiPen?

After the tragic death of a 7-year-old who went into anaphylactic shock, The Doctors discuss the importance of knowing how to spot and help someone suffering from an allergic reaction, and discuss whether or not we should all own an EpiPen.

How Are Food Allergies Diagnosed?

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How to Do the Hip Dip & Extend for Toned Legs

In this video, celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson shows you how to do the Hip Dip & Extend, a powerful move that strengthens your legs, lifts your butt, and increases flexibility. You’ll be well on your way super-toned legs and a tight tush in no time.

Tone Your Legs with the Inverted Twist & Kick

Watch this video to learn how to do the Inverted Twist & Kick with celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson. This exercise will chisel your lower body for strong legs without any extra bulk. Bonus: You’ll feel this move in your biceps and triceps, too.

The Best Move for Leaner Legs

Watch this video to learn how to do the Knee Pull & Kick with celebrity fitness trainer Tracy Anderson. This challenging exercise targets both your outer and inner hips, as well as the larger muscles in your legs.

Top 5 Cities for Spring Allergies

Dr. Cary Sennett of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America looks at the top five cities for spring allergies

How Do They Come Up With the Pollen Count?

This time of year, many are enjoying the spring temperatures, but maybe not the spring pollen. Aired Friday, March 25, 2016.

Stay Cool with a Marble S'well

Looking for a sweat-proof water bottle that can keep your water cold for up to 24 hours? Or a giant, insulated bottle that will keep wine chilled for a picnic? Or a bottle that will keep coffee or tea piping hot all day? Then you want a S'well. Between the sleek design and the smart, thermal technology, a S'well is unlike any other bottle. And these fresh marble patterns are an unbelievably chic way to stay hydrated.

How To Beat Spring Allergies

Spring is springing up all over the place and everyone's allergies are going nuts. Here are some easy ways to simplify your sinus struggles.

5 Home Remedies for Allergies That Actually Work

Seasonal allergies can be tough to beat, but luckily there are a few ways to alleviate the symptoms without a trip to the drugstore. Watch this video for five easy home remedies that will keep watery eyes, an itchy throat, and sneezing at bay!

5 Home Remedies for Allergies That Actually Work

Seasonal allergies can be tough to beat, but luckily there are a few ways to alleviate the symptoms without a trip to the drugstore. Watch this video for five easy home remedies that will keep watery eyes, an itchy throat, and sneezing at bay!

How To Beat Spring Allergies

Spring is springing up all over the place and everyone's allergies are going nuts. Here are some easy ways to simplify your sinus struggles.

How Safe Is Your Lip Balm?

A number of consumers have reported having an adverse reaction to a popular lip balm. The Doctors discuss and give tips on how to tell if you’re allergic to your lip balm. To read a statement from EOS, click here .

How Safe Is Your Lip Balm?

A number of consumers have reported having an adverse reaction to a popular lip balm. The Doctors discuss and give tips on how to tell if you're allergic to your lip balm. To read a statement from EOS, click here .

Battling Spring Allergies

As the temperatures warm, may people suffer from allergies. There are a few things you can do to get do to battle spring allergies.

Battling Spring Allergies

As the temperatures warm, may people suffer from allergies. There are a few things you can do to get do to battle spring allergies.

10 Phobias That Can Kill You

What would you do if you had a crippling phobia of something that's pretty essential to everyday life? like eating, sleeping or even washing?

Reality Star Kristen Taekman Reveals Health Condition

Reality star Kristen Taekman of "The Real Housewives of New York," reveals a health condition and opens up about why she left the show.

How the SGB Injection Has Revolutionized PTSD Treatment

Dr. Eugene Lipov explains the ease of receiving the stellate ganglion block injection, as well as how the procedure has revolutionized treatment for PTSD/PTSI.

War Veteran Receives SGB Injection to Treat PTSD

Afghanistan war veteran Matt meets with Dr. Eugene Lipov to receive the stellate ganglion block (SGB) injection to treat PTSD. Hear how it's changed his life. To learn how the injection has revolutionized PTSD/PTSI treatment, click here .

War Veteran Seeks Treatment for PTSD

Afghanistan war veteran Matt has been suffering from PTSD for over 7 years and has decided to receive the stellate ganglion block (SGB) injection, an FDA-approved treatment developed by Dr. Eugene Lipov. Click here to see how he's doing today.

The Push-Up Trick That Eliminates Triceps Jiggle

It's a spot many women wish was just a bit more toned. Try this twist on the classic push-up to give your triceps better shape, from personal trainer Ngo Okafor.

This Is What I Live With - Anxiety

One in four Australians will experience some form of anxiety disorder in their lifetime. Here, people have been diagnosed with anxiety share their experiences.

How Sharing Stories Of Depression Can Help You Heal

Mental health awareness advocate and author Joshua Rivedal is on a mission to help millions suffering from mental illness by inviting them to share their stories. He joins us to discuss #WhatsWorking and his new book, "The i'Mpossible Project."

Ashley Pettit Living: Allergen Friendly Snacks for APL TV

Avoiding the 7 common food allergies and intolerances is key to keeping your kids and their friends safe from life-threatening reactions. In this episode of APL TV, certified nutritionist Ashley Pettit takes common after-school snacks and turns them into allergen-friendly versions with a nutritious boost.

Ashley Pettit Living: Allergen Friendly Snacks for APL TV

Avoiding the 7 common food allergies and intolerances is key to keeping your kids and their friends safe from life-threatening reactions. In this episode of APL TV, certified nutritionist Ashley Pettit takes common after-school snacks and turns them into allergen-friendly versions with a nutritious boost.

HPL Takes On: We Are Having A Baby!

HuffPost Live separates fact from fiction when it comes to pregnancy and fitness. From pregnancy diets to the mother's mental health during pregnancy, we speak to women who are hitting the gym up until their due dates.

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HPL Takes On: The Age Of Allergies

HuffPost Live spoke to parents who raise children with extreme allergies and people who live and work with allergies that affects every facet of their lives. Check out some of the best of these conversations.

HPL Takes On: The Age Of Allergies

HuffPost Live spoke to parents who raise children with extreme allergies and people who live and work with allergies that affects every facet of their lives. Check out some of the best of these conversations.

Answering Your Kids' Toughest Questions

Fathers and mothers who decided to deal with unusual parenting head-on share their stories on HuffPost Live. Hit rewind and watch the best of these conversations!

Parental Monitoring of Adolescents, Teens and Sex

Does parental monitoring of teens help prevent risky sexual behavior?

Eat Cake and Lose Weight?

A new diet plan claims you don't have to give up your favorite desserts to drop excess weight, but is it too good to be true?

Kevin Swain's Message To Men With Depression: "You're Not Alone"

Kevin Swain toured Iraq and Iran in 1988 as part of Canada's peace keeping force but when he returned home he nearly loss everything. This is his message to anyone dealing with mental health issues and feeling alone.

How Injection Treatment Can Help Cure PTSD

Afghanistan war veteran Clint joins The Doctors today to share how receiving a stellate ganglion block injection treatment for his PTSD has changed his life. Plus, Dr. Eugene Lipov explains how the injection has revolutionized the treatment of PTSD.

Veteran Suffering from PTSD Undergoes Groundbreaking Injection Treatment

Afghanistan war veteran Clint says he suffered from severe post-traumatic stress after returning home from combat. When he learned about a stellate ganglion block injection treatment, featured on The Doctors in November 2014 , Clint was hopeful he'd finally find a way to return to his old self. Click here to hear how Clint is doing today.

How a Spiritual Life Can Fight Depression W/ Dr. Lisa Miller

Dr. Lisa Miller explains the scientific ways spirituality affects our brains, including how developing our spiritual side can produce results as powerful as taking a prescription drug.

The Best Diet To Optimize Your Brain's Potential

Dr. Daniel Amen talks about the best foods to eat in order to optimize your brain's potential.

How Meditation 'Fooled Us' By Enhancing Brain Activity In A Powerful Way

Dr. Daniel Amen explain how meditation enhances brain activity.

She Said: Using Antidepressants After a Divorce

Monica gives her opinion on whether medication is necessary for her feeling depressed about the divorce.

Mosquito Bite Swells Man's Face

The Doctors discuss the case of a 30-year-old man who suffered a severe allergic reaction after being bit on the face by a mosquito.

Mosquito Bite Swells Man's Face

The Doctors discuss the case of a 30-year-old man who suffered a severe allergic reaction after being bit on the face by a mosqui

Op-Ed: Why Are We Still Stigmatizing Mental Illness?

"When you have the flu, you go see a doctor. That same standard should apply to mental health."

These Celebrities Are Removing The Stigma Around Mental Health

These stars are opening up about their mental health.

Kids Help Phone Targets At-Risk Teen Boys

Bro Talk is a new service that is aiming to get boys aged 14-18 to talk about mental health issues

Australian Fitness Juggernaut Emily Skye On Overcoming Depression, Abuse

Emily Skye is an Australia health and fitness role model. She has developed her own F.I.T fitness program and has over 5 million social media followers. In this interview, Emily opens about how she overcame depression and used exercise and healthy living to enhance her appreciation of life.

What Happens If You Spend Too Much Time On Facebook

A new survey finds that teens who are emotionally invested in social media, are more likely to suffer from sleep problems and have low self-esteem, anxiety and depression.

When Men 'Suffer In Silence' With Mental Health

Alex Moratto discusses what happens when men "suffer in silence" with mental health.

The Difference In How Men And Women Deal With Mental Health

Dr. Lloyd Sederer talks about how men and women deal with mental health differently.

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Traveling with Allergies

Dr. Purvi Parikh joins Al and Stephanie to talk about traveling with allergies.

Traveling with Allergies

Dr. Purvi Parikh joins Al and Stephanie to talk about traveling with allergies.

The Age Of Allergies

HuffPost Live spoke to parents who raise children with extreme allergies and people who live and work with allergies that affects every facet of their lives. Hit Rewind and watch some of the best of these conversations!

The Age Of Allergies

HuffPost Live spoke to parents who raise children with extreme allergies and people who live and work with allergies that affects every facet of their lives. Hit Rewind and watch some of the best of these conversations!

Meditation And The Quality Of Life

HuffPost Live brings you interviews with teachers and practitioners of meditation who share their thoughts and experiences on how meditation has changed their quality of life.

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Why Aren't We Looking At Depression The Way We Look At Cancer?

Dr. Norman Rosenthal, Jenny Chen, Kelley Baker and Scott Stossel discuss the way we view depression.

How Depression Can Range From Heaven To Hell

Dr. Norman Rosenthal explains the range of emotions that people suffering from depression can go through.

We Are Going To Have A Baby!

HuffPost Live separates fact from fiction when it comes to pregnancy and fitness. From pregnancy diets to the mother's mental health during pregnancy, we speak to women who are hitting the gym up until their due dates.

My Son's Toughest Questions

Fathers and mothers who decided to deal with unusual parenting head-on share their stories on HuffPost Live. Hit rewind and watch the best of these conversations!

Northwestern Develops Smartphone App To Detect Depression

Dr. Kevin Campbell talks about Northwestern's new depression smartphone app.

Do You Know These Warning Signs of Depression?

Everyone is sometimes sad, but what if someone close to you seems to be sad for a longer time? These four signs will help you recognize depression from sadness and might help you to help your friend.

An Unexpected Cure for Hay Fever

The science of hay fever... and how parasitic worms just might be the cure we've been waiting for.

An Unexpected Cure for Hay Fever

The science of hay fever... and how parasitic worms just might be the cure we've been waiting for.

1 In 20 Belgian Deaths Is The Result Of Euthanasia. Here's How It Works

Belgium legalized euthanasia in 2002, and in recent years the number of patients with non-terminal and mental health illnesses choosing assisted suicide has increased. Should those without terminal illnesses have the right to die?

Why This Man Wants The Choice To End His Life On His Own Terms

Last week, the Supreme Court of Canada handed down a historic ruling and one that will likely become apart of Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin's legacy. I'm talking about the court's ruling (Carter v. Canada) that strikes down a ban on a doctor assisting a patient in taking their own life.

Mental Health: Stacy Ann Buchanan

Stacy Ann discusses her personal battle with mental illness and how one event helped her overcome some of the struggle.

Mental Health: Stacy Ann Buchanan

Stacy Ann discusses the hardships of opening up a dialogue with her father regarding her battle with anxiety and depression.

Mental Health: David Lewis-Peart Part 2

David discusses how spirituality and acceptance helped him manage the "up's and down's of life."

Mental Health: David Lewis-Peart Part 1

David discusses what it was like growing up with a mother who battled anxiety and depression.

Prescriptions For Walks, Not Drugs

In the last decade, we've seen an increase in the number of drugs prescribed to children. But, pediatrician Dr. Robert Zarr has pioneered a program to use outdoor spaces to improve mental health among adolescents. He joins Nancy on HuffPost Live.

How This Mom Realized That Medication Was Best For Her ADHD Son

Kristen Mae joins HuffPost Live and talks about how medication as best for her ADHD son.

How A 'Park Prescription' Helped This Child With ADHD

Dr. Robert Zarr talks about how a "park prescription" helped a child with ADHD.

Why This Doctor Prescribes His ADHD Patients 'Parks' Instead Of Pills

In the last decade, we've seen an increase in the number of drugs prescribed to children. But, pediatrician Dr. Robert Zarr has pioneered a program to use outdoor spaces to improve mental health among adolescents. He joins Nancy on HuffPost Live.

Prescriptions For Walks, Not Drugs

In the last decade, we've seen an increase in the number of drugs prescribed to children. But, pediatrician Dr. Robert Zarr has pioneered a program to use outdoor spaces to improve mental health among adolescents. He joins Nancy on HuffPost Live.

Why Are Allergies Worse During Some Years?

There are years when allergies flare up worse than other. WSJ contributor Heidi Mitchell and University of Tulsa's Estelle Levetin explain why.

Why Are Allergies Worse During Some Years?

There are years when allergies flare up worse than other. WSJ contributor Heidi Mitchell and University of Tulsa's Estelle Levetin explain why.

ALLERGIC TO ALLERGY MEDICINE!

Forty-percent of Americans have allergies, but what do you do when you are allergic to the allergy medication?

How Social Media And The Pressure To Succeed Can Hurt College Athletes

Penn runner Madison Holleran's Instagram account showed a happy athlete, but her reality of depression came to light only after she committed suicide. We discuss how social media and school pressure can weigh on a student athlete's mental health.

Fmr. College Athlete Developed Bulimia While Dealing With Pressure To Win

Kally Fayhee joins HuffPost Live to discuss how she struggled with an eating disorder in college.

How Meditation And Art Helped This Soldier With Post-Traumatic Stress

Travis Bickford join HuffPost Live to explain how meditation and art helped him with PTSD.

Why We Need To Drop The 'D' From PTSD

Cynthia LeMay, Spencer Milo and Travis Bickford join HuffPost Live to explain why we need to drop the "D" from PTSD.

5 Most Common Myths About Food Allergies

Food allergies are a growning concern here in the U.S.... and so are food allergy myths. Dr. David Fost separates fact from fiction.

Plant That Can Cause Blindness

Hear the story of a florist who almost went blind after she purchased a plant that is often for sale in retail stores. Find out what plant it is and what you should do if you come in contact with the sap.

Plant That Can Cause Blindness

Hear the story of a florist who almost went blind after she purchased a plant that is often for sale in retail stores. Find out what plant it is and what you should do if you come in contact with the sap.

Ces choses surprenantes empirent vos allergies saisonnières

Pour survivre à ces dernières attaques d'allergènes, voici quelques produits dont vous ne soupçonniez peut-être pas l'impact ou quelques comportements malins à adopter.

5 Tips For Tackling Spring Allergies

Seasonal allergy symptoms can make you miserable. Asthma, Allergy and Immunology Specialist Dr. David A. Fost outlines simple steps you can take to reduce your exposure to pollen and have you feeling better fast.

Are You 1 In 4 Canadians That Live With Spring Allergies?

Spring is in the air and so are all those pesky pollens responsible for your leaky nose and red, scratchy eyes.

Can Honey Cure Your Allergies?

Dr. David Fost gives you the lowdown on whether eating honey to treat allergies is as sweet as it sounds.

Are You 1 In 4 Canadians That Live With Spring Allergies?

Spring is in the air and so are all those pesky pollens responsible for your leaky nose and red, scratchy eyes.

5 Most Common Myths About Food Allergies

Food allergies are a growning concern here in the U.S.... and so are food allergy myths. Dr. David Fost separates fact from fiction.

5 Tips For Tackling Spring Allergies

Seasonal allergy symptoms can make you miserable. Asthma, Allergy and Immunology Specialist Dr. David A. Fost outlines simple steps you can take to reduce your exposure to pollen and have you feeling better fast.

Can Honey Cure Your Allergies?

Dr. David Fost gives you the lowdown on whether eating honey to treat allergies is as sweet as it sounds.

Avoiding This Season's 'Pollen Tsunami'

This spring is set to be one of the worst allergy seasons on record. Dr. Clifford Bassett from Asthma and Allergy Care of New York shares some tips on how to avoid symptoms. Photo: Philippe Huguen/AFP/Getty

Avoiding This Season's 'Pollen Tsunami'

This spring is set to be one of the worst allergy seasons on record. Dr. Clifford Bassett from Asthma and Allergy Care of New York shares some tips on how to avoid symptoms. Photo: Philippe Huguen/AFP/Getty

BrainStorm: Allergies by the Numbers

Allergies can ruin your spring buzz, so we've lined up some outrageous numbers that will give you a different perspective on this common condition.

BrainStorm: Allergies by the Numbers

Allergies can ruin your spring buzz, so we've lined up some outrageous numbers that will give you a different perspective on this common condition.

Allergy Season Facts You Should Know

50 million Americans are affect4ed by allergies in one way or another but here are a few things you might not know about what impacts your nose.

Allergy Season Facts You Should Know

50 million Americans are affect4ed by allergies in one way or another but here are a few things you might not know about what impacts your nose.

The Science Behind Allergies

Fifteen percent of us will spend this spring sniffling and sneezing. We explore the reasons why in today's BrainStorm.

The Signs and Symptoms of Anaphylaxis

Allergist Dr. Danica Schulte explains the signs and symptoms of anaphylaxis, a severe and potentially life-threatening allergic reaction. Plus, hear how OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton has learned to live with her deadly nut allergy.

Death by Hair Dye and How to Prevent It

The Doctors discuss the story of a woman who passed away from a severe allergic reaction to the dye used to color her hair. Learn how to determine the cause of a potentially life-threatening allergy.

The Science Behind Allergies

Fifteen percent of us will spend this spring sniffling and sneezing. We explore the reasons why in today's BrainStorm.

Death by Hair Dye and How to Prevent It

The Doctors discuss the story of a woman who passed away from a severe allergic reaction to the dye used to color her hair. Learn how to determine the cause of a potentially life-threatening allergy.

The Signs and Symptoms of Anaphylaxis

Allergist Dr. Danica Schulte explains the signs and symptoms of anaphylaxis, a severe and potentially life-threatening allergic reaction. Plus, hear how OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton has learned to live with her deadly nut allergy.

Tips For Allergy Season 2015

Allergy season is in full swing.

Tips For Allergy Season 2015

Allergy season is in full swing.

Utah Teen Diagnosed With Rare Allergy

Alexandra Allen of Mapleton, Utah is allergic to water. Doctors diagnosed her with aquagenic urticaria a condition so rare that are only 50 known cases.

Utah Teen Diagnosed With Rare Allergy

Alexandra Allen of Mapleton, Utah is allergic to water. Doctors diagnosed her with aquagenic urticaria â€" a condition so rare that are only 50 known cases.

Spring Health Tips with Dr. Taz

Spring is in the air...and so are a lot of other things that can mess with our health and well-being! Enter Dr. Taz Bhatia, Integrated Health Expert and Founder and Director of the nationally recognized Atlanta Center for Holistic and Integrative Medicine...

This Camp Helps Kids With Sun Allergies Be 'Normal' Kids For A Week

Jennifer Risnet and her son, Kevin, join HuffPost Live to talk about how one camp is helping kids with sun allergies be "normal" for a week.

Facing The Day-To-Day Challenges Of A Sun Allergy

What is life like for those allergic to sunshine? Director Duy Linh Tu sheds light on this rare, crippling allergy through his documentary "Daylight Fading." We talk to Tu and a family dealing with this condition.

Why You Shouldn't Expect To See A Remedy For This Allergy Anytime Soon

Director Duy Linh Tu joins HuffPost Live and discusses why you shouldn't expect to see a remedy for sun allergies anytime soon.

Allergic To The Sun

What is life like for those allergic to sunshine? Director Duy Linh Tu sheds light on this rare, crippling allergy through his documentary "Daylight Fading." We talk to Tu and a family dealing with this condition.

Young White Men Are in 'Double Jeopardy' for Suicide Risk

Sally Spencer-Thomas, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Carson J. Spencer Foundation talks to Steve Clemons, Washington Editor-at-Large for The Atlantic, about the risks faced by young white men regarding mental health.

Mindfulness Practices The Military Can Use To Prepare For Combat

Our nation's military men and women face situations of high stress, frequently testing their attention skills. We discuss mindful meditation as a powerful tool for our soldiers and how the practice can potentially save their lives.

The Mental Exercise That Helps This Navy SEAL

Eric Greitens joins HuffPost Live to talk about his use of mental exercises.

Veteran Shares Results of PTSD Treatment

A veteran who received an injection to help treat his PTSD reveals how he is feeling one week after the treatment.

Veteran Receives Groundbreaking Treatment for PTSD

Follow a veteran paralyzed in a motorcycle accident shortly after returning from serving in Afghanistan as he receives an injection to help treat his PTSD.

Severe Reaction to Antibiotic Causes Burns

When 19-year-old Yaasmeen took a friend's antibiotic, she hoped it would offer relief from her flu-like symptoms. Instead, Yaasmeen developed a life-threatening allergic reaction to the medication, which resulted in burns to 60 percent of her body.

Dangers of Taking a Friend's Medicine

Learn why you shouldn't take someone else's prescription medication and why you should listen when your doctor says you don't need an antibiotic.

Risk of Over-the-Counter Medications

See how a common over-the-counter medication caused one woman to suffer a severe skin reaction. Could it happen to you?

Two Tips to Beat Your Allergies

Allergies can be hard to kick, but Maria LaRosa has some new ways to beat them.

What You Need To Know About Thanksgiving Food Allergies

Tracy Bush, founder of Nutrimom, talks about Thanksgiving food allergies and how you can make your spread allergy-safe.

Dr. Cliff Bassett on Ways to Manage Fall Allergies

Many people believe that the worst time for allergies is the spring, but many people also suffer in the fall.

How to Allergy-Proof Your Home

Bahar Takhtehchian shows JD and Rebecca how to "Allergy Proof" your homes.

Allergy Fact and Fiction

One-out-of-five Americans, or 60-million people, suffer from allergies. But how much do you know about what makes you sniff and sneeze?

Unexpected Ways to Relieve Allergies

Maria LaRosa has the details on how to get relief for your allergies.

How PTSD Affects Women In Violent Communities

Bryant Marc Ph.D. and Rev. Gregory Seal Livingston join HuffPost Live to explain how PTSD affects women from violent communities.

Why School Shootings Get More Attention Than Street Violence

Jeff Duncan-Andrade joins Marc to explain why kids who face street violence don't get the same kind of treatment as school shooting victims.

Doctor on Demand: A Child's Allergic Reaction to Vaccine

With a busy schedule, it can be difficult to find time to visit your doctor's office. But, with the groundbreaking Doctor on Demand app, you can talk to a board-certified physician with the simple touch of a button! Watch as Theresa receives a live video chat consultation with allergy specialist Dr. Tania Elliott to discuss her son's possible allergic reaction to vaccines.

Drone Operators Deal With PTSD As Well

Corey Mead joins Marc to talk about while drone operators may not physically be involved with the war, PTSD can affect them just as much.

Iraq Veteran: At War, 'There's Not A Conversation About Mental Health'

Army veteran Rob Smith joins HuffPost Live to discuss if soldier discuss mental health issues while serving.

Why Most Veterans Get Over PTSD

Dr. Charles Marmar joins HuffPost Live to give some tips to people suffering with PTSD.

'Jarhead' Author: PTSD Is Like 'Essentially Admitting To A Mental Weakness'

Marine veteran Anthony Swofford joins HuffPost Live to explain why being diagnosed with PTSD is like "admitting to a mental weakness" in the eyes of some veterans.

'Jarhead' Author On Why We Should Drop The 'Disorder' From PTSD

Anthony Swofford joins HuffPost Live to explain why he feels that we should drop the word "disorder" from PTSD.

Why Are Some Adults Developing Allergies?

It's not just children who develop allergies: more adults are developing sensitivities later in life. Heidi Mitchell joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero.

The Risks and Challenges of Living with a Food Allergy

Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears explains some of the symptoms of food allergies.

Paper Dress Designer Puts Spotlight on Food Allergies

Four-year-old Sydney has attracted lots of attention for the elaborate paper dresses she designs, but it was a diagnosis of potentially life-threatening food allergies that changed her life.

Why Sydney Is Nicknamed "Mayhem"

Learn how Sydney, a 4-year-old who designs paper dresses, got the nickname "Mayhem."

Life-Threatening Reaction to OTC Medicine

Leanne, who has irritable bowel syndrome, took a common over-the-counter medication for heartburn. Soon afterward, she developed what she thought was a heat rash. But the reaction quickly worsened. She developed blisters on her face and her skin started to fall off. Leanne was diagnosed with Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, a life-threatening disorder in which the skin and mucous membranes react severely to a medication.

What Is Social Anxiety Disorder?

Dr. Richard Heimberg educates us on social anxiety disorder, its symptoms and effects on the lives of those who suffer from the disorder.

13-Year Stuffy Nose?

Jerika, 21, has been suffering from constant congestion and persistent post-nasal drip for the past 13 years. She reached out to The Doctors for help determining the cause of her severe sinus symptoms. Ear, nose and throat specialist Dr. Andrew Ordon examines Jerika and discovers she has a deviated septum and inflamed nasal passages, which could be attributed to an allergic reaction. He refers Jerika to allergy specialist Dr. Danica Schulte for testing.

Solving a 13-Year Stuffy Nose

Jerika, 21, has been suffering from constant congestion and persistent post-nasal drip for the past 13 years. She reached out to The Doctors for help determining the cause of her severe sinus symptoms. Ear, nose and throat specialist Dr. Andrew Ordon examined Jerika and discovered she has a deviated septum and inflamed nasal passages, which could be attributed to an allergic reaction.

Treating Spring Allergies

Get tips to reduce the amount of allergens you bring into your home, and learn how changes in the weather may affect the amount of allergens in your environment.

Jordana's Broken Glass Skin: Tips to Reduce Common Allergens

Dr. Ordon and Dr. Rachael explain how various factors inside Jordana's home may be contributing to her suffering, and offer tips to reduce the amount of allergens with which she comes into contact.

Nasal Filter for Alleviating Allergy Symptoms

Suffering from spring allergies? See how a new nasal filter helps keep pesky pollen at bay!

Health Product Reviews: Amazing Allergy Fighters

It's allergy season and 50 million Americans are suffering, making it the fifth leading chronic disease in the U.S. for adults and the third for kids under 18 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Shape Magazine's Editor-at-Large, Bahar Takhtehchian shares some over-the-counter relief for the season's worst symptoms.

Goodbye Polar Vortex, Hello Pollen Vortex

Out with the polar vortex and in with the pollen vortex. As if the bone-chilling winter wasn't bad enough, it seems winter will be felt well into spring. Simply put, winter went long and spring is shortened so the pollinating process is now jammed into a few miserable weeks for allergy-sufferers.

AOL Expert Dr Karen Latimer AOLOn Call Allergies

AOL Expert Dr. Karen Latimer discusses how you can prevent your kids from seasonal allergies with these simple 5 easy tips.

Allergy Season Rolls Into 2014

Janet Shamlian reports that spring is here and with it comes allergy season, which could be one of the worst in years.

Allergy Management Tips For Parents

Each season brings with it a different burden of pollen. In the early spring the trees predominate, and we are already see high levels of tree pollen levels. The late spring/early summer time is largely due to grass pollen. In the late summer and fall, ragweed and other weeds pollinate. But we also have to worry about mold, which is a common allergy trigger. Mold counts begin to rise in the spring, and hit their peak in fall.

How to Control Spring Allergies

E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork shares tips to control spring allergies from The Doctors' latest USA Weekend HealthSmart column.

As Winter Ends, Allergy Season Approaches

Flowers and trees are starting to bloom in certain parts of the country, a welcome sign of spring after a record-breaking winter.

Coping with Seasonal Allergies

It's that time of year when many people are sniffing and sneezing because of seasonal allergies. Learn how to find out what you're allergic to, and how to treat the annoying symptoms.

The Benefits of Keeping a Breathing Diary to Reduce Allergy Symptoms

Respiratory conditions are affected by a lot of factors, like air quality and diet. In this video, Robin Miller, M.D. explains how a keeping a regular breathing diary can aid treatment by shedding light on triggering factors.

Smart Gardening Tips for Allergy Sufferers

Hay fever doesn't have to keep you out of the garden. Robin Miller, MD, shares tips about plants that won't shed pollen and trigger your allergy symptoms.

Invisible Wounds: Helping Those Dealing With Moral Injury

As the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq wind down, more soldiers are coming home. Many of them are suffering from invisible wounds...psychological wounds. Now experts are exploring a new theory, something they say may be the leading cause of PTSD, and it's something we should all be giving attention to.

Doctor on Demand: Allergies Symptoms and Causes

Allergies wearing you down? Learn how the groundbreaking Doctor on Demand app can help you get the prescriptions you need, without the hassle of a doctor's office visit!

Are Fire Ants Dangerous?

Learn what you should do if you come into contact with fire ants.

Can Eating Nuts While Pregnant Impact Your Babies Allergies?

Researchers are still deciding whether eating pine nuts and peanuts during pregnancy may cause nut allergies in newborns.

Secret Holiday Allergen Uncovered

Does your Christmas tree leave you sniffly and sneezy? Learn more about an unexpected holiday allergen that might be in your home!

Is Indoor Mold Making You Sick?

Dealing with mold allergies is nothing to sneeze about! They can strike all-year-round since you can be exposed to it both indoors and outdoors. Here are the tell-tale signs that mold may be growing in your home and how you can keep it in check.

Bradford's Life-Threatening Allergy

Bradford, an associate producer with The Doctors, says he recently experienced a severe allergic reaction to a chicken and cheese quesadilla. Allergist Dr. Danica Schulte explains how allergy tests work, and the signs of an allergy attack.

Bradford's Allergy Results Revealed

Bradford, an associate producer with The Doctors, says he recently experienced a severe allergic reaction to a chicken and cheese quesadilla. After being tested for more than 65 possible allergens to find the cause allergic reaction, Bradford receives the surprising results.

Debunking Allergy Myths

People spend a ton of money on gluten-free foods, but experts say there really is no such thing as a gluten allergy. And while some dogs aren't as likely to shed, they still have saliva and dander that can exacerbate pet allergies.

My Son's Near-Death Allergy Experience

Robyn Charron describes her son's allergic reaction that nearly resulted in death.

I Was 'Constantly Playing Detective' Before Diagnosing My Son's Allergies

Robyn Charron describes how she found out about her son's allergy and how it's caused her to become an even more cautious parent.

I Almost Killed My Son

One in 20 children have potentially deadly allergies. This danger is all too real to Robyn Charron, who joins us to share her nearly tragic experience with her son's food allergy.

Neti Pot: Allergy Remedy Nothing to Sneeze At

If you're looking for allergy relief, you've probably noticed Neti Pot and wondered, 'Do they work?' The fact that they've been around for centuries is a great clue -- but there are a few things to pay attention to when using the Neti Pot.

Veteran Advocates For Medical Marijuana To Treat PTSD

Army Veteran Ricardo Andre Pereyda joins HuffPost Live to discuss the stigma surrounding the use of marijuana to treat PTSD.

Doctor Explains How to Reduce Fear in Your Life

Dr. Jandial explains the many levels of fear and when people need to seek help for their fears.

Debra Messing's 3 Tips to Alleviate Allergies

Emmy Award-winning actress Debra Messing gives her three tips for beating back annoying allergy symptoms.

Debra Messing Reveals Her Health Issue

Emmy Award-winning actress Debra Messing joins The Doctors to talk about her severe allergies. And, The Doctors put some allergy rumors to rest.

A Call to Service: Giving an Hour to Save Wounded Warriors

Since the U.S. went to war with Iraq, more than 50,000 service men and women have returned home wounded, but it's the scars that you can't see that may do the most damage. Now it's one woman's mission to help these wounded warriors recover from PTSD.

Farm Life Reduces Allergies

New research suggests that farm-life reduces allergy symptoms and hypersensitivity due to an in increase immune response.

Which Cities Are the Worst for Fall Allergies?

A new reports lists the worst cities for fall allergies.

Julie Bowen on Anaphylaxis and Allergies

Emmy Award-winning actress Julie Bowen, who plays Claire Dunphy on the hit comedy Modern Family, joins The Doctors to help raise awareness about life-threatening food allergies in children.

Top 10 Worst Allergy Cities

The Asthma and Allergy Foundation name the top 10 worse cities for allergies in the U.S. with Wichita, KS, topping the list.

Hundreds Walk To Raise Money For Allergy Awareness

More than 15 million people suffer from food allergies. Many are diagnosed at birth, some much older. Either way, those who are affected can be allergic to just about anything.

An ENT Gives Advice on Dealing With Seasonal Allergies

Seasonal allergies can be a literal headache; an ENT weighs in with some advice on dealing with them.

Many People Suffer from Fall Allergies

If autumn has you sniffling and sneezing... allergies may be to blame.

How to Avoid Early-Fall Allergy Attacks

Falling foliage is more than just an eye-sore: pollen and mold are sending allergies into overdrive. Leslie Yazel has tips for keeping allergies at bay. Photo: Philippe Huguen/AFP/Getty Images.

Fall Allergy Capitals: 2013's Worst Places To Live In The U.S.

This fall, some cities are in for a sneezier season than others. Northeast states can expect an average allergy season, but residents of the Southeast and Midwest are expected to face a bit more trouble, according to Accuweather, thanks to a perfect balance of summer sun, rain and heat.

Children's Allergies Costing Families Billions Every Year

According to a new study, children's food allergies are costing American families nearly $25 billion a year.

100 Worst Cities For Fall Allergies

Many people are familiar with the typical allergy season during the spring, but many people also deal with fall allergies. Here is a list of the 100 worst cities to live in if you suffer from fall allergies.

Wag Weed Allergy Solutions

This can be a miserable time of year for allergy sufferers.

Is There Something To This Gluten-Free Thing?

We discuss the growing popularity of leading a gluten-free lifestyle and its potential health benefits. Is avoiding products with gluten really healthier or is it just a fad?

Ticks That Trigger a Meat Allergy?

Learn about a rare meat allergy that can develop, as a result of a tick bite.

Should Mental Illness Be Treated Like Physical Illness?

Many healthcare plans cover mental illness and substance abuse disorders just like any other physical illness. However, there's still a stigma surrounding mental illness and the American Psychiatric Association is launching a campaign to discourage that way of thinking.

More Students Are Diagnosed with Food Allergies Every Year

The number of students dealing with "dangerous food allergies" is increasing and that means that school cafeterias have to adjust to the new reality.

Sinusitis: Sinus Therapies That Let You Breathe

Are you always sniffling and sneezing? At least once a year, more than 37 million people suffer from sinusitis. Most people can handle that, but when you're sinuses are jammed with fluids and germs all the time.. it's time to pick up the phone. Finding relief is usually done by trial and error.

Emma's Story: Growing Up With Anxiety

Emma Gray joins Caitlyn on set to talk about growing up with anxiety issues.

How to Detect Allergies Early

Traci Mitchell with NAHU discusses the importance of detecting allergies early in children.

How to Treat an Allergic Reaction

Traci Mitchell with NAHU discusses the importance of treating anaphylaxis.

How to Lower the Risk of Having Allergies

Traci Mitchell with NAHU discusses the ways to lower your child's risk of allergies.

How to Avoid an Allergic Reaction

Traci Mitchell with NAHU discusses the ways to avoid anaphylaxis.

Spring Allergy Secrets

It's spring, and if you can't stop sniffling and sneezing, you're not alone. 60-million Americans have seasonal allergies. We have the details on what to avoid to keep hay fever under control.

Mom Founds an Allergy Free Bakery for a Son with Celiac Disease

One in one hundred Americans have celiac disease. It's a digestive condition that leaves them unable to tolerate gluten. But that doesn't mean they have to give up bread and pasta they just need to know the secrets of how to cook gluten-free.

Food Allergy Versus Food Intolerance

Dr. Martin D. Fried MD, Hospital for Sick Kids, Toronto - Pediatric Nutrition & Babies Hospital, Columbia Presbyterian Med Ctr, NY - Pediatric Gastroenterology, talks about food allergy and food intolerance and how they differ.

NASA Air Purifier Could Remove Unwanted Pathogens

A new air purifier uses NASA technology to help get rid of airborne pathogens that cause allergies.

Why This Year Has Been Unusually Bad for Allergies

Expert on pollen counts explains why 2013 is an unusually bad year for allergies.

New Study Helps Kids Overcome Egg Allergy

For 15 million Americans what they eat could kill them. Find out how doctors are helping people beat a dangerous and common food allergy.

Top 5 Food Sensitivities

The differences between food sensitivities and food allergies are explored.

Taking Control Of Allergies

Allergists weigh in on the best way to stay informed on allergies. Also, hear some of the myths about allergies.

Is It Just a Summer Cold or Adult-Onset Allergies?

Runny nose, constant sneezing Do you have a summer cold or adult-onset allergies?

How to Tell If You Need Allergy Testing

Spring is here and so is allergy season. More than half of the American population tests positive to one or more allergies. So, how do you know if you need allergy testing?

Report Says Southeastern Cities Are Worst For Allergy Sufferers

The charm of a southern spring may be lost on those with allergies - as a new report ranks southeastern cities as the worst in the U.S. for allergy sufferers. Erika Edwards has more.

Walk Raises Awareness of Severe Allergies

Experts say severe food allergies are on the rise. This weekend, over 60 cities held walks to raise awareness of the condition.

Three Types of Allergy Treatments

Doctors are seeing a severe increase in allergy patients, due not just to a mild winter, but also the abundance of chemicals in the air and atmosphere.

What Is Hay Fever?

What is hay fever and when does it usually occur? Watch our video to uncover the secrets behind the roots of this summer spoiler.

How Can I Help My Son Deal with His Anxiety?

Skelley Skas discusses how to help a child out who has anxiety disorder.

Salt Therapy as a Possible Treatment For Severe Allergies

Some parents are using salt therapy as a natural remedy for their children's allergies.

Jerome Bettis' Shellfish Allergy

Former running back and future football Hall-of-Famer Jerome Bettis found out the hard way that he was allergic to shellfish. Learn more.

Allergic to Exercise?

Can you really be allergic to exercise? Learn about exercise-induced anaphylaxis.

Grass Allergies Are Hitting People Hard

It's allergy season, and grass is one of the biggest culprits.

How Meditation Cured My PTSD

US Army Veteran Stephen Lee joins Ricky to talk about how meditation cured his PTSD.

New Pollen Records For 2012 Are Causing Havoc Among Allergy Sufferers

As the warm weather slowly emerges, pollen counts are rising sky high, causing allergy symptoms to pop up as well.

Allergies? Or Something Else?

About 10% of Americans suffer from seasonal allergies, and if where you live ranks fairly high for areas with bad allergies, you may think your runny nose and watery eyes mean you have allergies. Admit it -- you Googled the symptoms, right? Not so fast, Googlechondriacs.

How to Cope With Pollen Allergy

Around one in five Britons suffer from hay fever, an allergy to pollen. Find out how to minimise the symptoms of your pollen allergy.

The Claritin Clear Challenge

Former Mommy Correspondent for 'The Doctors,' host of 'Dancing with the Stars' and busy mom of four, Brooke Burke-Charvet reveals her biggest springtime allergy trigger, and how taking the Claritin Clear Challenge helped manage her symptoms.

Ways to Cope with an Early Allergy Season

The mean season for millions of allergy sufferers is officially underway...and it's set to be very rough Spring.

Preventing Allergy Symptoms Is Easier Than Treating Them

Experts say it's easier to prevent spring allergy symptoms than stop them after they have begun.

Drops Under Tongue Could Be as Effective As Allergy Shots

People who suffer from severe allergies often get shots to train their bodies to react less aggressively to pollen, dust, ragweed, grass and mold.

Bringing Devon to School with Robot-Assisted Learning

Seven-year-old Devon's severe allergies prevent him from attending school, physically, but with the help of VGo robotic technology, Devon is able to visually trek the halls of his school and learn beside his classmates. Follow Devon to school with his VGo robot. Plus, Devon's robot takes a field trip to The Doctors ' stage!

Explaining Eosinophilic Esophagitis

Seven-year-old Devon suffers from a wide array of severe allergies, including a condition called eosinophilic esophagitis, where an inflammatory, allergic reaction causes the airway to swell and impairs breathing. Devon's severe allergies actually prevent him from attending school, physically, but with the help of VGo robotic technology, Devon is able to visually trek the halls of his school and learn beside his classmates. See how the VGo robot has changed Devon's life, from both an educational

Living with Life-Threatening Allergies

Seven-year-old Devon suffers from a wide array of severe, life-threatening allergies. See the daily precautions that need to be taken to prevent Devon from having an allergic reaction.

Food Allergy Bullying?

An alarming study out of Mount Sinai School of Medicine found that, out of 250 families surveyed, a shocking 45 percent of children with food allergies were bullied simply because they had an allergy. The Doctors discuss the dangerous and potentially deadly bullying trend.

Study Advises to Introduce Allergen Foods to Allergic Children

A new study advises parents to introduce highly allergenic foods to young babies, instead of waiting.

Control Your Allergy Triggers

Spring is officially here, and for millions of Americans, so are allergies. Get tips to control your triggers from allergy specialist Dr. Robert Eitches.

Hair Dye Allergy Explained

See how black hair dye caused 19-year-old Mike's head to swell twice its size.

The Hidden Universality of Food Allergy

Dr. Russell M. Jaffe is Lab Director of ELISA/ACT Biotechnologies LLC and Fellow of the Health Studies Collegium. Through his expertise in non-invasive studies of cells, he developed novel tests for blood platelet survival, fibrinogen survival, platelet aggregation, and lymphocyte response.

Bullied Children Often Have Psychological Issues as Adults

Children who are bullied often have long lasting psychological problems into adulthood.

Allergy Season: Gonna Be Bad

Texas is known for fresh, clean air but to the estimated 40 million who suffer with allergies, it smells a lot different. The state is already setting record pollen levels and some days, the Lone Star state is the worst in the country.

The Cure For Peanut Allergies May Be...Peanuts

Erika Edwards reports people with a peanut allergy would never put peanuts in their mouth... But they may someday be cured by putting it under their tongue.

Natural Health Explorer: Food Sensitivities

Natural Health Explorer blogger Debra K talks about food sensitivities.

PTSD: Just the Facts on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

War veterans have always suffered from PTSD, even before it officially existed.

Rapid Resolution Therapy for PTSD Patients

Some PTSD patients are alleviating symptoms with a treatment called Rapid Resolution Therapy.

Military Mental Disorders Rising

Repeated long deployments are taking its toll on US soldiers.

PTSD Can Be Affected by Fireworks

Fourth of July, while celebrating the efforts of our troops, can also wreak havoc on their PTSD.

Moderate Exercise Can Ease Anxiety

Moderate exercise helps ease anxiety long after your workout is over.

Cold Weather Can Make You Feel Lousy

The cold weather doesn't cause a cold... but it can make you feel lousy in other ways. Sheena Parveen reports.

Caretakers May Need Updated Guidance on Food Allergies

Babysitters, teachers and even grandparents may need extra guidance on food allergies in children.

Warm Weather Causing Allergies to Flare Up

Warm weather is triggering misery for millions who suffer from allergies.

Coping with Allergy Season

The early spring and blooming trees have made this a nasty allergy season already.

Treatment For Your Allergies

People with allergies have a range of treatment options available from over-the-counter products to prescription medicines. Learn the differences among these varying treatments and which products can work best for your symptoms.

Kids and Allergies

Allergies can leave children feeling sniffly, teary and itchy and take their toll at play and at school. Previously, allergy remedies left children feeling foggy and tired, but today there are a variety of choices for all ages.

Learn the Science Behind Allergies

Are you sick of sneezing, wheezing and suffering from seasonal allergies? NBC Learn, the educational arm of NBC News, has teamed up with the National Science Foundation to explore the science behind the news.

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.

Fatal Food Allergies

Kylie, 12, suffers from a severe allergy to peanuts - one so extreme that she's even airborne reactive. Watch as Kylie recounts the first time she had an anaphylactic reaction to peanuts.

Sun Poisoning

See how to treat an illness known as sun poisoning, and learn about other conditions that can arise from being hypersensitive to sunlight.

Sulfur Allergy Reaction

See why pharmacists ask about sulfur allergies when certain antibiotics are prescribed.

Allergic Reaction to Penicillin

Learn about alternative medicines that can be used if a patient has an allergic reaction to penicillin-based antibiotics.

Arsenic Levels in Rice

A study found in Consumer Reports states that eating rice once per day could increase arsenic levels in the body by at least 44 percent. The lead scientist on the study and Director of Safety at Consumer Reports, Dr. Urvashi Rangan, joins The Doctors via phone to further explain the alarming findings.

Tips for Dealing with Food Allergies

Cope with food allergies with these hints, relieve discomfort, and maybe even save your life.

Ragweed Pollen and Fall Allergies

Don't let your summer fun turn into fall misery. Here's how to survive allergy season.

How to Cope With Allergies

GP and health writer Dr. Ellie Cannon offers some help coping with and controlling allergies.

How To Cope With Seasonal Allergies, from Dr. Nancy Snyderman

Dr. Nancy Snyderman, Chief Medical Editor for NBC News, answers a question about seasonal allergies. Where can you find relief? Find out the answer and more in this part of the series Mondays with Marlo on MarloThomas.com

David Wolfe Explains His "Avocado" Nickname and Food Allergies

Author and Nutrition Expert David Wolfe explains the origins of his nickname "Avocado" and how he got involved in the raw foods movement to Blythe Metz.

Allergy Control Measures

Dr. Michael Marcus explains a few allergy control measures for your child. Michael Marcus MD Pediatric Pulmonology and Allergy/Immunology Fellowship : Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Allergy Testing Overview

Dr. Michael Marcus talks about allergy testing and what it involves. Michael Marcus MD Pediatric Allergy & Pulmonary Fellowship : Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

The Cause of Sneezing

Can't figure out why you sneeze? Dr. Charlotte Grayson explains the science around sneezes.

Allergies and Air Conditioners

Allergist Dr. Rita Kachru answers whether or not air conditioner can help reduce allergies?

Allergy Shots Vs. Drops

Allergist Dr. Rita Kachru answers whether or not allergy drops are safe, and are allergy shots effective?

How to Avoid Allergies

Allergist Dr. Rita Kachru teaches you some tips on how to minimize allergy symptoms.

Learn About Allergies

Allergist Dr. Rita Kachru explains how allergies affect the body.

How to Deal with a Peanut Allergies

Avoid peanut-related allergic reactions by taking a few safety steps.

How to Reduce Your Risk of Allergies

Learn how to be protected from allergies with these tips.

How to Tell If You Have Penicillin Allergy

Dr. Michael Marcus talks about diagnosing Penicillin allergy. Michael Marcus MD Pediatric Pulmonology and Allergy/Immunology Fellowship : Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Cephalosporin Usage for Patients with Penicillin Allergies

Dr. Michael Marcus talks about the alternative medication for patients who are allergic to penicillin. Michael Marcus MD Pediatric Pulmonology and Allergy/Immunology Fellowship : Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Stopping Allergies Before They Start

This medical video explores the amazing new treatments available today.

Six Ways to Beat Allergies

Each year during allergy season, 35 million Americans have a tough time clearing their heads. Here are the best home-based ways to help you sniff out the sniffles.

Treating Children with Food Allergies

President Barack Obama, Neal Patrick Harris, Ellen DeGeneres....These are just a few of the high-profile celebs now taking a stand against bullying. But sadly, there's a new worry and it's popping up at your kid's lunch table.

New Allergy Drops

In this health video learn about the new way to protect yourself from allergies without needing a shot.

No More Allergies

This medical video views the treatments available to get rid of your allergies.

New Sinus Relief with a Balloon

This medical video focuses on the new more gentler option to help solve sinus problems rather than full blown surgery.

Knocking Out Allergic Asthma

In this medical video learn about the steps to take to knock out the allergies that can trigger an asthma attack.

Laser Allergy Surgery

This medical video looks into the new treatment of laser for people who suffer from severe allergies.

New Sinusitis Diagnosis Method

In this medicinal video learn how a breath-smelling machine is helping doctors treat sinusitis.
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