Allergy Treatments

Nose sprays, oral medication, immunotherapy, supplements -- which allergy treatment is best for you? Read about the different allergy treatment options to get informed.

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Is allergy immunotherapy for me?

Allergy immunotherapy is like getting a series of vaccinations for your allergies. Find out if immunotherapy is best for you and what is involved with the treatment.


Goodbye to Allergies? Scientists Discover How to Trick Body's Immune System

New approach to treating allergies involves hiding allergen in friendly shell so immune system doesn't attack it.

Could washing dishes by hand lead to fewer allergies?

Sometimes life-threatening, sometimes just inconvenient, allergies won't ever win a popularity contest. While we can't eliminate them, we may be able to reduce them through a simple household trick: hand-washing the dishes!

What are some of the best ways to treat springtime allergies?

Avoid being outdoors as much as possible during the spring if you suffer from allergies. Find out more about treating springtime allergies from this article.

What does epinephrine do for anaphylaxis?

Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening condition that can be triggered by allergies. Learn what epinephrine does for anaphylaxis in this article.

Is there a treatment for allergies to penicillin?

There are some treatments available for those with penicillin allergies. Find out more about treatment for penicillin allergies from this article.

Is there a nasal steroid that can trigger allergies?

Nasal steroids are generally safe and do not trigger allergic reactions. Find out more about nasal steroids from this article.

What are some amoxicillin allergy symptoms?

Amoxicillin belongs to the same family of drugs as penicillin. Learn about amoxicillin allergy symptoms in this article.

Are there any treatments for hay fever?

Hay fever is caused by airborne pollen. Learn whether there are any treatments for hay fever in this article.

What should you do if you have an anaphylaxis reaction?

Anaphylaxis is a potentially life-threatening condition caused by an allergic reaction. Learn what you should do if you have an anaphylactic reaction in this article.

Doctors have a few ways to determine whether you suffer from allergies. Learn which allergy test applies test extracts of suspected allergies to a patient's skin in this article.