Virginia Tims-Lawson

The inactive ingredients in pills that trigger allergies

Do you have a food allergy or sensitivity? If so, you know some can be quite uncomfortable and others, quite dangerous. So if you had a problem with gluten, lactose or peanuts, you’d never expect to find anything like that in your medication, right? Think again…

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

10 foods that sock it to your seasonal allergies

Soon the flowers will be blooming, birds will be singing, the grass will turn a vibrant green… and, your seasonal allergies will be back in full force. Don’t reach for those anti-histamines that can leave you feeling funky and drowsy and off your game just when you can get out and play. Eat, instead!

Virginia Tims-Lawson

5 Allergy-relieving secrets for every season

A runny nose, itchy, watery eyes, sneezing and a sore throat and cough… If you suffer from a constant onslaught of allergens, you’ll be glad to know there is hope. In fact, overcoming seasonal allergies could be as simple as adding a few extra foods to your diet…

Jedha Dening

A hay fever supplement?

If you’ve ever suffered from hay fever, you know it’s no walk in the park. In fact, it can turn a mere walk in a park into an unpleasant, sneeze-and-sniffle-filled ordeal that, it turns out, may be caused by an imbalance between different types of immune cells. Here’s how to fix that…

Dr. Isaac Eliaz

Surviving allergy season 101

Allergies can be a sign of more serious long-term conditions such as a poorly functioning immune system or even digestive problems. In other words, there’s actually no such thing as just an allergy…

Bob Livingston

Knock out ragweed and other allergies — naturally

It’s that time again. It’s hay fever (allergic rhinitis) season. Fall. The time when noses run, heads get stuffy, lungs wheeze, and over-the-counter allergy relief medications fly off the shelves. But don’t grab those drugs out of habit. There are natural hay fever remedies that do your body good and help control your symptoms.