This Man Says His Allergic 11-Year-Old Died From Smelling Fish Fumes. Can That Really Happen?

Food allergies are not something to mess with. And for people who have them, avoiding a triggering food about more than just not eating it—inhaling the aroma of the allergen in question could also cause a reaction. ...

11 Unexpected Places Mold May Be Hiding in Your Home

When Dana Chianese noticed a musty smell coming from her son's Sophie the Giraffe teether, she decided to cut it open. Inside the popular baby toy, she discovered a "science experiment": The latex figurine was lined with "smelly, ugly" mold, Chianese, a pediatric dentist, recently told GoodHousekeeping.com—even though she had always cleaned it according...

Pregnant? Some Foods May Raise Baby's Asthma, Allergy Risk

(Getty Images)  By Denise Mann ...

11 Unexpected Places Mold May Be Hiding in Your Home

When Dana Chianese noticed a musty smell coming from her son's Sophie the Giraffe teether, she decided to cut it open. Inside the popular baby toy, she discovered a "science experiment": The latex figurine was lined with "smelly, ugly" mold, Chianese, a pediatric dentist, recently told GoodHousekeeping.com—even though she had always cleaned it according...

The Most Common Home Allergens—and, the Best Ways to Fight Them

If you're sensitive to indoor irritants, this can be an especially itchy-sniffly-sneezy time of year. "Many individuals spend a great deal more time indoors, so their exposure is increased to indoor allergens," says Clifford W. Bassett, MD, author of The New Allergy Solution. Read on to learn about common culprits—and smart ways to help...

Is It a Cold, Allergies, or a Sinus Problem?

Got a ? If you have a stuffy nose, runny eyes, and other symptoms, you might think so. But it could also be due to allergies or even a sinus infection, which you would treat differently than a cold. ...

Why This Promising New Treatment for Peanut Allergies May Not Be for Everyone

With no official treatment, the best advice for people with peanut allergies is usually to strictly avoid the offending legume and to keep rescue medications (like an EpiPen) on hand. But an experimental treatment–if approved–could become the first drug to prevent potentially deadly peanut allergy reactions in children. ...

Pregnant? Some Foods May Raise Baby's Asthma, Allergy Risk

(Getty Images)  By Denise Mann ...

Is It a Cold, Allergies, or a Sinus Problem?

Got a ? If you have a stuffy nose, runny eyes, and other symptoms, you might think so. But it could also be due to allergies or even a sinus infection, which you would treat differently than a cold. ...

Why This Promising New Treatment for Peanut Allergies May Not Be for Everyone

With no official treatment, the best advice for people with peanut allergies is usually to strictly avoid the offending legume and to keep rescue medications (like an EpiPen) on hand. But an experimental treatment–if approved–could become the first drug to prevent potentially deadly peanut allergy reactions in children. ...

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