You could have habits that you don't realise may be setting off your allergy symptoms.
New research suggests that pregnant women might be able to protect their offspring from common food allergies by eating some specific trigger foods such as peanuts and eggs, especially if they go on to breastfeed.
Treating children and adults with peanut allergy using a skin patch has proved effective in preliminary trials, say doctors.
Our homes are breeding grounds for millions of dust mites that we can't even see. So how can you reduce dust mites?
Gardening is a popular pastime, but allergies can sometimes spoil this simple pleasure. We asked for tips from Maureen Jenkins, clinical director of Allergy UK.
Schools in the UK are now permitted to keep spare auto-injectors to treat pupils who develop a severe allergic reaction.
The medicines regulator MHRA has updated guidance to doctors on adrenaline auto-injectors (AAIs) for people with severe allergies to conform that 2 should now be prescribed.
A treatment for peanut allergy has been shown as effective for more than 4 years in a clinical trial.
A night out at a restaurant used to be fraught with dilemmas if you had food allergies or intolerances, but new research suggests problems have eased since the rules changed almost 3 years ago.
Plant maps have been published to warn people about which hayfever 'hotspots' they should avoid.
Often, people who are allergic to a specific tree nut are told to avoid all other tree nuts but a US study suggests this may be unnecessary.
Around half of new allergies affect adults who haven't had the discomfort of allergies before. Why is it you are never too old for allergies?
Why does your mouth get itchy when you eat fruit? Get the answer here from Dr Rob Hicks.
We talk to experts for advice on hosting guests who have special dietary needs, including people on vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free or special diets
Get tips on bringing up a child with a severe allergy.
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