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If you have allergies, you’re not alone. Roughly 50 million Americans experience some form of allergic disease. Fortunately, many treatments are available for allergies.

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What is Hay Fever?

Hay fever (allergic rhinitis) is your body’s response to an allergen, such as pollen, dust or mold. Up to 30% of children and adults in the United States suffer from hay fever symptoms.

Understanding Allergies

Relief for Seasonal Allergies

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The Most Common Fall Allergens—And What to Do About Them

The crisp air of autumn can also carry many frequent triggers of fall allergy symptoms.

Fighting Food Allergies

When Allergies Can Be Fatal

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Understanding Anaphylaxis

Anaphylaxis is a severe and sometimes life-threatening allergic reaction.
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Signs and Symptoms of an Allergy Emergency

Swift action can make the difference between a minor incident and a hospitalization. 

At Your Appointment

What to Ask Your Doctor About Severe Allergies

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