Medical news, information and articles, message boards, chat, books, and directory of related web sites on allergies.
Organization provides free information and education on asthma and allergies, as well as links to regional AAFA groups.
Offers information for patients and professionals.
In-depth look at this disorder including general information, environmental problems, food, medical problems, medicines, testing, allergy shots and frequently asked questions.
A large variety of resources for allergy sufferers with pollen count maps, photos of mold spores and tree pollens, frequently asked questions, and directories of specialists.
Allergy information for people who are allergic to dust mites and household pets.
For kids living with anaphylaxis. Includes games, e-cards, user submitted art, stories, and recipes, and resources for schools and camps, including sample policies and activities.
Support and information resource based in Toronto.
Provides information on symptoms, medication, and treatment.
An information and research resource for anyone with allergies, a food allergy, or a food sensitivity and intolerance. Includes complementary therapies, recipes, and health conditions that may be related to allergies.
Explains the causal agents of symptoms associated with recurrent upper respiratory disease and atopic components related to common childhood conditions.
Provides information about allergies and details of symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
Learn how to identify seasonal, nasal, sinus, or spring allergies and ease symptoms.
Explains how to diagnose, treat and prevent them.
Information on this condition provided by the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.
An alliance of 27 organizations in 14 different countries across Europe. Information on aspects of asthma and allergy.
Details about this organization which promotes high quality care, education of medical professionals and the public as well as representation of its members. Includes a newsletter, links and patient information.
Information for medical health care professionals, allergic patients, and the public at large.
Global Allergy Information Network (GAIN) is a source of allergy information worldwide for medical professionals and consumers.
A bilingual (English and Spanish) educational source for patients and physicians on allergy, asthma and immunology.
A consortium of European research centers specialized in allergic diseases, including asthma. Includes informational resources, details of training, events listing, press releases, and links.
Nonprofit charity providing a forum for parents of children with severe food allergies and related problems. Includes recipes and international alerts.
Help for parents of children with severe peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, soy, pet and infant allergies.
Non-profit organization provides information and raises awareness, and performs fund-raising for research.
International data collection, reviews, journal searches and book lists for food allergies.
Food labeling practices and legislation in the United States, as they relate to those with severe food allergies.
Includes allergy symptoms, breastfeeding an allergic child, and potential methods of preventing children from developing allergies.
Personal internet diary (weblog) by a parent of affected children.
Simplifies finding foods that are free of combinations of ingredients and preservatives.