Brace yourself: Mountain cedar season, Mother Nature’s annual winter irritant that prompts noses to run and eyes to itch – and can make a happy new year miserable – is just around the corner.
Traditional allergy shots can take months to provide relief. Learn how rush immunotherapy can help people with allergies feel better faster.
New guidelines recommend feeding peanut products to babies who are at risk for peanut allergy. UTSW food allergy specialist J. Andrew Bird, M.D., explains why that’s not as nutty as it sounds.
Germ exposure isn’t all bad. In fact, studies in mice suggest some exposure might actually help build the immune system and guard against asthma and other allergic diseases.
Recent studies, including one conducted at UT Southwestern, discovered most people who think they are allergic to penicillin are not actually allergic to the drug.
Early exposure to peanut products might prevent children from developing peanut allergies.
Voice strain from colds, the flu, and allergies means missed work for vocal athletes like teachers and singers. But there are ways to prevent permanent damage.