Allergies

Have you ever felt like you or someone you know is constantly coughing and sneezing? When a cough isn’t just a cough, it could be allergies.

Allergies are a major cause of illness in the United States.

As many as 50 million people – about one in five – have allergies.

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Types of Allergies

Allergies exist in many different forms. Find out about the symptoms of and how to manage and treat the allergy you suffer from.
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Allergy Symptoms

Allergy symptoms occur when your immune system overreacts to an allergen—something that usually is harmless, such as plant pollen, dust mites, molds, insect stings or food.

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Allergy Treatments

Effective treatment of allergic asthma includes identifying and avoiding allergens that trigger symptoms, using drug therapies and developing an emergency action plan for severe attacks.

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Children & Allergies

Early identification of childhood allergies will improve your child’s quality of life, reduce the number of missed school days and help you avoid having to use sick time or vacation days to care for your child.