Can you be allergic to melted cheese? Why do some people have a cooked cheese allergy? We look for answers to these questions.
Carrageenan is a thickener used in many foods and beverages that can cause gastrointestinal issues or other complaints in some people. Learn about the symptoms of a carrageenan allergy or intolerance.
While relatively uncommon, an avocado allergy can cause a variety of symptoms ranging from mild to life-threatening. Here are some facts about avocado allergies and information about symptoms associated with this...
If you work in healthcare and you suffer from a latex glove allergy, you might have heard about the benefits of Nitrile gloves. Contrary to popular belief, Nitrile gloves are not 100% hypo-allergenic.
Does milk cause your body to produce more mucus, making your cold and asthma symptoms worse? Well, research says ... no. But you might be surprised at the other tricks that milk can play on your system.
Lysozyme is an antibacterial enzyme in body secretions that helps to protect us from infections. It's also present in eggs, where it may cause allergies.
Histamine has important functions but also causes the symptoms of hay fever. It's released from mast cells. Helpful techniques can prevent or reduce hay fever symptoms.
Oral allergy syndrome, or OAS, is an allergic reaction to food proteins that resemble proteins in pollen grains. People with OAS often have hay fever.
Asthma isn't just for children. It can begin when you are an adult. Learn about adult-onset asthma's symptoms, causes and treatment in this article.
There are a lot of over-the-counter choices to treat allergies. This hub will go through the choices and help you make decisions about what kind of medicine to use to treat your allergies.