Mold Allergies? Take Care With Real Christmas TreesWithin days of being set up and decorated, the tree can begin sending out thousands of mold spores throughout your house.
Peanut Allergy Treatment Reduces Risk Of Life-Threatening Reactions, Especially In KidsThe goal of the treatment is not to cure the allergy, but to reduce the risk that an accidental exposure to peanuts will trigger a life-threatening reaction.
Pollen Season 3 Weeks Longer Than The 90sFun fact: there are three different allergy seasons in Minnesota. We're currently in the weed allergy season.
First Generic EpiPen Gets FDA ApprovalTeva Pharmaceuticals gained approval to market the new generic drug, according to an announcement from the FDA on Thursday.
Woman's Runny Nose Was Actually Leaking Brain Fluid, Doctors SayA woman in Nebraska who thought she was suffering from a terrible case of allergies has been told by doctors that her runny nose was actually being caused by leaking brain fluid.
UTZ Recalling Tortilla Chips Over Milk Allergy ConcernsThe recall affects products that were reportedly distributed to retail stores in over 30 states and Washington, DC.
Ready For Spring? Be Ready For AllergiesWith baseball almost back and the snow finally disappearing, spring is in the air. The trade-off is all of the allergies since the melting started.
Preventative Treatment For Peanut Allergy Succeeds In StudyThe first treatment to help prevent serious allergic reactions to peanuts may be on the way. A company said Tuesday that its daily capsules of peanut flour helped children tolerate nuts in a major study.
U Students Develop Sleek Alternative To The EpiPenSome University of Minnesota students are gaining national recognition for a new way to treat patients with life-threatening allergies.
How An Elimination Diet May Improve Your Child's HealthDoes your child suffer from allergies? Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein, author of "The Dirt Cure," shares how an elimination diet may be the secret to a healthier and happier life!
Parents Of Allergy Victim Press For Broader WarningsFamily members say a peanut allergy caused the death of a 22-year-old Ramsey man. Brian Kelly says his son, Bruce, had a fatal reaction after eating some chocolate that was made in a plant that also processed foods with peanuts.