Did you know that a majority of food allergies are caused by nine foods? Learn the signs of an allergic reaction and the most common food allergens.
The best way to treat a food allergy is to avoid the foods that cause it. Other options include antihistamines, epinephrine, and immunotherapy.
Asthma and food allergies are closely linked and may lead to a life-threatening emergency. Learn about the connection and managing both conditions.
This guide will give you tips on understanding common allergies, how to plan ahead for food safety, what to do in an emergency and much more.
Having a corn allergy is not common but it can be serious. Learn more about the symptoms and treatment for a corn allergy.
Food alone isn't the only concern when you have a food allergy. Check out these 14 items that may contain hidden allergens.
Knowing how to read an ingredients label can save your life. Literally. Find out how to read labels for food allergies with this checklist.
Life with a food allergy involves a lot of planning, diligence, awareness, and—as some see it—sacrifice. Learn how to live with your new lifestyle.
Many prescription and over-the-counter drugs have hidden ingredients that contain food allergens. Here's how to find safe meds if you have an allergy.
Your allergen may be hiding as an inactive ingredient in medication. Learn more about common allergens and some medications that contain them.
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