Do peanuts make your throat close up? Do berries give you hives? Could melons kill you?
An explosion of food allergies is unique to America and Europe and no one seems to know why.
Tonight, CBS4’s Brian Andrews looks at the reasons your grandparents might not have had food allergies, but you do.
Spring is here, the weather is warm and the air is freely blowing all those nasty allergens all over the place. Take a few steps to help protect yourself this allergy season.
If your summer plans include driving, you could come across a new danger on the roads this year. Certain allergy medications might be affecting users behind the wheel.
Summer should be a season of fun. However, for some it means struggling with allergies & asthma. Fortunately, they don’t have to spoil your summer activities.
Nuts and even nut products like peanut butter are a tasty and healthy snack. But for those who are allergic, the tasty treat can turn deadly. Miami Children’s Hospital provided the following list of things parents should know about nut allergies.
Skeeters a problem? Lots of people think so, so Miami-Dade officials are calling in the cavalry;well, actually, the Air Force to kill the biting pests and their breeding grounds. However, the attack may come as a surprise because of how low the spraying planes fly.
That buzzing you hear tonight as you try to doze of may not be the hum of a pesky mosquito flitting around your face; it could be the hum of an airplane doing battle with millions of the pesky critters, as Miami-Dade breaks with practice and holds an unusual night-time mosquito spraying.
For some, living in South Florida is synonymous with living with allergies, and now new reports indicates that some medications could possibly lead to blindness.
Sneezing, watery eyes, runny nose. Millions of people are diagnosed with suffering from allergies when it may be something completely different.