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6 Facts About Asthma
Did you know asthma affects more than 26 million Americans? Learn more facts about this common disease.
Allergy-Induced Asthma
Discover the link between asthma and allergies, and what you can do to help manage symptoms.
Can You Have Allergies in Winter?
From dust mites to furry animals, there are a handful of year-round allergens that can cause symptoms during the winter.
Food Allergy vs. Food Intolerance
A food allergy is different from a food intolerance, and knowing exactly which one you have could save your life. This article will tell you more.
Pet Allergy Symptoms
What causes pet allergies, and does having them mean you can never have a pet of your own?
Pollen Count: Answers to Four Frequently Asked Questions
Pollen count is an index of the amount of pollen in the air, published chiefly for the benefit of those allergic to it.
What Are Pollen Allergies?
Pollen is one of the most common triggers of seasonal allergies. Learn more about what they are, their triggers, and how to deal with them.
What Is Asthma?
Did you know that asthma changes airways over time? Learn how this common diseases affects air flow and how you can manage symptoms to help mitigate attacks.