2010 Standardized Clinical Guidelines for Food Allergies
After two years of work on the part of 34 agencies, the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology will release standard clinical guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of food allergies.
Finding an Allergist
How to find an allergist: what allergists do, what to look for in an allergist, and where to find an allergist.
There are a variety of options for diarrhea treatment. Here's what to do -- and what not to do -- when you have diarrhea.
Treatment of Food Allergies
Learn about the treatment of food allergies, how to treat food allergy symptoms, and the basics of allergy emergency treatment.
Why Can't I Get Allergy Shots (Immunotherapy) For Food Allergies?
Learn about food allergy immunotherapy, a potential emerging treatment for food allergies.
How to Pay For EpiPen Without Insurance
How to pay for your Epipen without Health Insurance
I've Seen Probiotics Advertised to Prevent Food Allergies. Do These Work?
Should you take probiotics to prevent food allergies? Here's the latest research on probiotics and allergies, including food allergies and eczema.
Oral Allergy Syndrome Treatment
Overview of oral allergy syndrome and its treatment.
How to Follow a Food Additive-Free Diet
Examples of permissible foods for a food additive-free elimination diet.
EpiPen (epinephrine autoinjector): Patient Monograph
Patient education materials for injected epinephrine, a common treatment for allergic reactions.
Allergies: Dubious Treatment and Diagnosis
An annotated list (for purposes of consumer education) of practices used by unscrupulous providers to diagnose and treat food allergies. These procedures and techniques are all considered outside the bounds of standard evidence-based medical practice and are not recommended by reputable authorities for allergy sufferers.