'Elijah's Law' Aims To Protect Children With Severe AllergiesThe bill is named after 3-year-old Elijah Silvera, who died in 2017 from an allergic reaction at a preschool in Harlem.
5 Tips To Help City Dwellers Combat Summer AllergiesCBSN New York's Vanessa Murdock spoke to eco-designer and author Robin Wilson to get some tips to help you stifle the seasonal suffering.
Allergy Season Running Late, But Here's How To Beat The Symptoms When It ComesAllergy season is running late this year, but patients who suffer the annual runny nose and itching eyes know it’s just a matter of time.
What You Need To Know To Survive The Spring Allergy SeasonSneezing, itchy eyes, runny noses, it's enough to make you feel pretty miserable this time of year.
Health Watch: Fewer People Allergic To Penicillin Than Claim To BeThey're part of the 10 percent of the population who list themselves as allergic to penicillin however, only about one percent are actually allergic.
Mom Creates Mobile App To Help Manage Children’s AllergiesFood allergies can be deadly and cause plenty of anxiety for parents. Now, a free app can help manage your children’s allergies.
How Yoga Provides Relief For Some Allergy SufferersIf you're one of the millions who suffer from seasonal allergies there’s now evidence that a little yoga may offer some big relief.
Allergy Patients Anxious As EpiPen Shortage ContinuesMany pharmacies around the city and country are coming up short when they type in a search for EpiPen, the device that treats life threatening allergic reactions.
HealthWatch: Patients Have Needed Weapon In Fight Against AllergiesWe've been talking quite a bit about the terrible heat. But the temperature is not the only problem with the air. Allergy season is in full swing, thanks to all the pollen out there.
Parenting Tips: Allergy Awareness At Barbecue Cook-OutsThe eight foods responsible for the most allergic reactions include milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts soy, and wheat.
Does The Food You Eat Have An Impact On Your Allergy Symptoms?As CBS2's Dick Brennan reported, some foods can help alleviate allergies while others can make them even worse.