Prevent allergies before they start with strategies to treat allergic reactions and eliminate the sneezing.
Parents, please be advised that some EpiPens can fail to activate in an emergency. Here's what you need to know about this scary recall.
A new study links exposure to secondhand smoke early in life with food allergies.
It can be hard to notice food-allergy symptoms in babies. Here's how to tell if your newborn could be suffering from one.
Get step-by-step instructions for administering eyedrops to kids.
Imagine the stress of raising a kid who can go into shock--or worse--simply by eating the wrong thing. Two parents share lessons from the trenches.
Experts weigh in on the new guidelines that encourage us to introduce peanuts to all kids much earlier.
Choosing the right pet can be a challenge when little ones (or parents!) have allergies. Find out which animals are a fit for your family.
According to a new poll, about 15 percent of parents have given their child an adult dose of allergy medication. Here's why that's not a good idea.
A new study found 50 percent of those who thought they were allergic to all nuts based on a postive blood or skin prick test were actually able to pass an oral test.
There is something the parents of an 11-year-old boy who died from an allergic reaction to nuts urgently wants other families to know.
New research shows there may be a way to prevent peanut allergies, for kids at high risk of developing an allergy or those already diagnosed.
From spicy foods to compresses to onions (really!), here are five natural remedies to help ease your child's nasal allergies without medication.
A new two-page comprehensive action plan should be provided to all caregivers of children with severe allergies, says new AAP report.
Have a kiddo who sucks his thumb, or one who bites her nails? Here's why that may not be a bad thing.
Food allergies are increasingly common in young kids. Here's what you need to know to be prepared to use an EpiPen in case of a severe allergic reaction.
More children than ever are getting serious rashes after using pre-moistened toiletry wipes. Watch this video courtesy of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center to learn more.
An anaphylactic reaction, also known as anaphylaxis, is a severe, immediate allergic reaction, which generally affects more than one organ system. Watch this video to learn signs and how to seek treatment.
Parents worry the addition could be dangerous to kids with peanut allergies.
Could saving your kids from a peanut allergy really be as easy as introducing them to peanut butter earlier?
Anaphylaxis, or an anaphylactic reaction, is a severe, immediate allergic reaction that can cause breathing difficulties. Spot the signs of anaphylaxis to get treatment for your chlid.
New research offers hope for the food allergy community.
Follow these six steps to be better prepared for preventing and treating allergies.
A groundbreaking treatment for food allergies. Courtesy of National Jewish Health.
To determine if your child has allergies, your doctor might recommend a skin prick test that involves piercing the skin with small drops of allergens.
Food allergies in children have increased 50% since 1997 and roughly 25% of those affected experience their first reaction at school. This video from Nationwide Children's Hospital explains how a new law could save your child's life if she has a serious food allergy.
At least they heard us!