Only 11% of patients with rhinitis have been allergy tested1

Help identify allergic triggers by tracking your symptoms. 

Only 11% of patients with rhinitis have been allergy tested1

Help identify allergic triggers by tracking your symptoms. 

To know is the win.   

We Know Allergies and We're Here to Help

We offer evidence-based, educational information about allergic conditions to help you make more empowered and informed health decisions. All our content is fact-checked, reviewed, and approved by our scientific and medical affairs team. 

Get to know us a little more and discover how easy it is to find answers and take control of allergy symptoms. 

Allergens come in all shapes and sizes, so staying on top of symptoms isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach.

Types & Symptoms

There are many different types of tests for allergic triggers. But did you know there is a blood test that can accurately measure sensitization to hundreds of allergens with a single blood sample?

Allergy Testing

Allergies affect people in different ways, but relief is possible, and one thing is certain: There is life beyond allergies.

Living with Allergies

Our Mission

Allergy Insider strives to be a trusted source to help people better understand allergies, from symptoms and triggers to testing and management. Why? So that you can make informed decisions about your health and the health of those you care for.  

Here’s how we do it:  

  • We rely on medical and scientific journals to support all the information we share, meaning everything is researched and referenced.  
  • All our content is fact-checked and reviewed by our scientific and medical affairs team, which comprises practicing healthcare providers, to ensure what we share is medically accurate and up to date.  
  • We break down complex topics into easy-to-digest (and easy-to-remember) nuggets of information you can share with family members, childcare providers, healthcare providers, colleagues, and anyone else who may benefit from it.  
  • We educate the public—from healthcare providers and caregivers to people with allergies (suspected and/or diagnosed).    
  • We partner with allergists and various allergy-focused organizations to continue to support the allergy community with trustworthy information and engaging conversations about all things allergy and to present diverse perspectives and personal stories.  
What is Allergy Insider?

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Tools for Understanding Allergies


Track allergy symptoms and prepare for a visit with a healthcare provider.

Learn about specific allergens, including common symptoms, management, and relief. 

Are you a healthcare provider? Get comprehensive information on hundreds of whole allergens and allergen components.


Can I eat baked goods if I have an egg allergy? How do I read a food label? Do I have a cold, or is it allergies? Explore a range of allergy-related topics to answer these questions and countless more. 


  1. Giorgio Ciprandi, Cristoforo Incorvaia & Franco FratiThe Italian Study Group on Polysensitization (2015) Management of polysensitized patient: from molecular diagnostics to biomolecular immunotherapy, Expert Review of Clinical Immunology, 11:9, 973-976, DOI: 10.1586/1744666X.2015.1062365
  2. Pawankar R. Allergic diseases and asthma: a global public health concern and a call to action.  World Allergy Organization Journal 2014, 7:12.
  3. Allen-Ramney F, Schoenwetter W, Weiss T, et al. Sensitization to Common Allergens in Adults with Asthma. JABFP. 2005;(18)5 434-439.
  4. Host  A, Halken S. Practical aspects of allergy-testing. Paediatr Respir Rev. 2003; (4) 312-318.