Understanding allergies is part of allergy care. Our learning hub focuses on science-backed efficacy, research, and results to help you do that.
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- 5 min readUnderstanding Sun Allergy Symptoms, Causes and Management
Sun allergies, also referred to as photodermatoses or photosensitivity disorders, are a group of conditions characterized by an abnormal reaction of the skin to sunlight or artificial ultraviolet (UV) light.
- 3 min readDo Allergies Affect Mental Health?
Growing research shows a link between conditions such as allergic rhinitis, asthma, atopic dermatitis, food allergy, and mood disorders such as anxiety and depression.
- 3 min readWhat is Pet Dander Allergy & Potential Solutions?
Allergies to cats and dogs affect 10%-20% of people yet 66% of U.S. households own a pet. This suggests that the emotional, social, and physical benefits of owning a pet outway the discomfort of symptoms that many people feel. Luckily, there are ways to deal with this type of allergy, if not eliminate it entirely.
- 3 min readAre There Risks to Prolonged Use of Antihistamines?
Antihistamines are generally safe and effective for managing allergic conditions but prolonged use of some medications can come with risks.
- 4 min readHow Our Lab Works: A Behind-the-Scenes Look
We explain where your allergy test goes, how it’s tested, and what happens to your sample after you get your results.
- 4 min readNectar Allergy Drops and Epi-Pens — Your Questions Answered
Do you need an Epi-Pen if you’re taking Nectar? Your common questions answered.
- 2 min readAsthma hospitalizations are on the rise
Albuterol, an asthma and respiratory drug, is facing a shortage following the closure of several manufacturing plants. This poses a major issue for hospitals particularly as spring allergy season is around the corner.
- 7 min readA Letter From Our CEO: Reinventing Allergy Care
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- 6 min readAllergy Drops Vs Shots: What's the Difference?
Allergy immunotherapy came into practice 100 years ago. More recently, however, alternate therapy routes were proposed and studied to improve the safety and convenience of the treatment.
- 5 min readHow to Take Your Prescription Allergy Drops
Everything you need to know about your allergy treatment plan.
- 5 min readWhy Didn't My Test Detect Any Allergies? (Non-Allergic Rhinitis)
Learn more about non-allergic rhinitis, why it happens, and what you can do to treat it.
- 3 min readHow To Take Your Indoor & Outdoor Allergy Test
Everything you need to know about your at-home allergy test.