Oral allergy syndrome is an allergy to certain fruits, vegetables, and nuts that causes itching, tingling, redness, or mild swelling of the mouth, lips and throat when the food is eaten in uncooked form.
To properly diagnose tree nut allergies, an oral food challenge should be performed, found a recent study.
As spring pollen levels go sky high, you may see your child has thick green mucus. Here's what you need to know.
While typical symptoms include sneezing and itchy watery eyes, kids can exhibit other less common allergy symptoms.
These tips will help your child with allergies get through the spring.