Can you really be allergic to exercise? Yes – and it sounds awful.

Does your skin get really itchy when you run, bike, or lift weights? If it does, you could suffer from a physical allergy that causes you to itch when you exercise. Greatest allergy ever? Sure, maybe – unless you've got the version that makes it miserable to even climb stairs. » 10/01/13 11:52am 10/01/13 11:52am

Scientists figure out how to switch off peanut allergy

The peanut allergy is one of the eight most common types of food allergies, and the common use of peanuts in a wide range of foods makes it particularly dangerous. But now scientists have a solution: trick your immune system. » 10/11/11 4:30pm 10/11/11 4:30pm

Too much cell phone use can trigger an allergic reaction

The idea that cell phones can give you cancer has pretty much completely been dismissed as a myth. But that doesn't mean cell phones don't some health risks. Too much cell phone use can actually cause an allergic reaction. » 11/21/10 12:30pm 11/21/10 12:30pm

Flying, Smelling Robots Will Create Pollution Maps

Want to know if it's a bad air day and you should stay inside to avoid airborne toxins? If you live in Japan, you can check a robot-created map to find out exactly what the pollen content of the air is in any given place at that moment. These cute, round robots with their friendly red eyes are actually air-sampling… » 1/30/08 7:30am 1/30/08 7:30am