Animal Allergy

An animal or pet allergy is a sensitivity or reaction caused by the dander, fur, saliva, or urine of a pet or animal.


Asthma is a lung condition in which the airways narrow causing difficulty breathing, wheezing and coughing.
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Contact dermatitis is a rash caused by your skin touching something that irritates it or something you’re allergic to. Most dermatitis is caused by contact with irritating items you use often, such as soaps and cleaning products.

Drug Allergy

A drug is an allergic reaction caused by taking a medication which causes a reaction such as a rash.

Dust Allergy

A dust mite allergy is an allergic reaction caused by the tiny bugs living within your home’s dust.

Food Allergy

A food allergy is a condition where the body’s immune system over-reacts to certain foods. In some cases, symptoms can be mild, but in other cases, they can be life-threatening.


Hives are a reaction that may be caused by an allergy or may be an immune response, like an autoimmune condition.

Immune Deficiency

An immune deficiency is when your immune system cannot respond appropriately to infections such as virus and bacteria.

Insect Sting Allergy

Most of the time, bee stings can be dealt with using home remedies. If you’re allergic to insect sings, though, a sting can quickly become a medical emergency.

Latex Allergy

Many people are allergic to a rubber material called latex. Latex is from the milky sap of rubber trees.

Mold Allergy

A mold allergy is an allergic reaction caused by exposure to mold spores in indoor or outdoor areas.

Pollen Allergy

A pollen allergy, or hay fever, is an allergic reaction caused by the powder that plants, trees, and flowers release as they bloom.