Is it alright to fly when you've got sinusitis? How about going to work? See what's right and wrong when you're all stuffed up.
Foods, insect stings, and pollens are pretty common allergy triggers. Boots WebMD reveals what else can cause hives, vomiting, trouble breathing, and even stop your heart.
BootsWebMD slideshow: Learn to identify the plants and trees that make us sneeze.
BootsWebMD shows you how to get your kids to school with severe allergies. See how to minimise allergens, how to safely keep medication at school and more.
Learn 10 ways to reduce mould allergy symptoms.
Food allergies can make eating out a risky prospect for some people. Read on for the best tips and strategies to dine out safely.
Help children fight off sneezing, itching and stuffy or runny noses that come with allergies. See solutions, including natural remedies and information on medication that can help ease your child’s allergies to pollen, dust, dander and more.
Be prepared for your next allergy attack no matter where you are. BootsWebMD shows you what you need in your allergy kit to help relieve symptoms.
Eye allergies: See what they look like, how eye allergies develop, and how to treat eye allergies.
Sinus problems of congestion, pain and headaches are common, but help is at hand. Get tips on natural methods of sinus relief.
From insect stings to nuts and fish, BootsWebMD shows you what can trigger anaphylaxis, a severe allergic reaction, and how to be prepared for an allergy emergency.
BootsWebMD looks at some popular allergy myths and sets the record straight.
Do cats or dogs make you sneeze? Learn about pet allergy causes and what can be done about them.
Although the risks are usually low, some common plants have hidden dangers. BootsWebMD looks at the hidden dangers of yew, lupins, giant hogweed and more.
Peanuts, tomatoes or even exercise can bring on food allergies, some quite dangerous. BootsWebMD's pictures show triggers, symptoms, and tests to help keep your family safe.
Learn to identify bug bites and lurking dangers.
Do allergy-causing dust mites and mould lurk in your home? See where these allergens hide in this slideshow from BootsWebMD.
Allergies are an overreaction of the immune system, and almost any substance in the environment can trigger an attack. Do you know your allergy triggers?
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