- Q How can I minimize my allergic reaction to pollen?
Dr. Dawn Marcus, NeurologyHere are some tips on surviving spring pollen: Plan indoor play with Fido on days when pollen counts are particularly high -- perhaps at an indoor play area for dogs where... Full Answer
- Q How can pets affect a child’s risk of developing allergies?
Dr. Paul Ehrlich, Allergy & ImmunologyA study published in the New England Journal of Medicine said that infants raised in homes with two or more cats and dogs developed allergies at roughly half the rate as children in pet-free homes. Moreover, they were less allergic not just to... Full Answer
- Q How can certain foods make my pollen allergies worse?
Dr. Mehmet Oz, CardiologyIf you're allergic to tree pollen, your meals and snacks may be making your symptoms worse. In this video, allergy specialist and Dr. Oz Show guest Clifford Bassett tells Dr. Oz which foods can cause problems, and the simple steps that can keep... Full Answer
- Q What are dust mites?
Dr. Larry Chiaramonte, Allergy & ImmunologyDust mites are the most important indoor allergens in many areas of the world. Many millions of people suffer from allergic rhinitis and other allergic conditions because of them. In addition, they were identified as a cause of asthma almost thirty years... Full Answer