Seasonal Allergies Articles

Symptoms, causes and treatment for seasonal allergies
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What to know about seasonal allergies this spring

Can you be allergic to exercise? Learn about exercise-induced anaphylaxis, why allergies develop in adulthood and why dogs are developing allergies in this healthcare update.

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What to do when your allergy medicine stops working?

Maybe you have a new allergy trigger. Or you’re treating the wrong symptoms. No matter the cause, learn how to find a better allergy medicine for you.

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Can allergies cause a fever?

Think allergies may be firing up your temperature? Our experts share what to know about allergies and fever—including when to see a doctor no matter your fever source.

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What do we know about seasonal allergies today?

Keep on top of the latest research on allergies and aging, mixing antihistamines and alcohol and how to best expel phlegm. (Yep, there's a best way!)

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