allergies

Injection could someday keep peanut allergies at bay

More than 3 million people in the United States are allergic to peanuts and tree nuts. But experimental new research suggests adults might someday be able to take an antibody to keep symptoms at bay for up to six weeks -- at least in small doses.

Recall: egg rolls, meatloaf, chicken pie

A North Carolina company has issued a recall on an undisclosed amount of chicken pie and meat loaf products because the labeling did not indicate they contain allergens.

Food allergy horror stories from 35,000 feet

Imagine having a life-threatening emergency while locked inside a metal container 35,000 feet above the ground, unable to leave or call 911 for desperately needed medical attention.

Keep outdoor allergens from coming indoors

Approximately 50 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies. Whether it's trees, grass or ragweed causing allergy symptoms, one thing is for sure - it's best to leave outdoor allergens…outdoors. Cleveland Clinic allergist Sandra Hong, M.D., said one way outdoor allergens…