Category: Allergies

Mold And Allergy Systems

Fallen leaven, whether they are on the ground, waiting in bags to be collected at the curb, or piled in drifts against the foundation of your house, are an ideal breeding ground for many varieties of mold that can trigger...

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Food Allergy Offenders

Here are the chief food allergy offenders: Eight foods account for 90 percent of all food-allergic reactions in the United States, according to Food Allergy Research & Education. These foods are: Peanuts Tree nuts Milk Eggs...

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Wheat Allergy

Wheat allergy is sometimes confused with celiac disease, the two diseases are very different.  Signs and symptoms of wheat allergy are similar to other allergic responses. They generally include hives and skin rash, swelling of...

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The End Of Allergy Shots

reports Dean Mitchell, MD. The Food and Drug Administration recently approved Oralair, an under-the-tongue medicine, for people allergic to grass pollens.  The first dose is taken at a doctor’s office, in case of any...

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Shake The Sniffles (Fall Allergies)

Fall allergies got you sniffing and sneezing?  Then you may do best to save outdoor activities for later in the day when pollen counts are lower., says the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.  Ragweed pollen, one of the...

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Allergic to Soy?

Symptoms develop within minutes to hours after eating soy and include mouth tingling, hives or itching, swelling of the tongue, lips or vocal cords, trouble breathing, diarrhea, nausea or vomiting. A severe reaction to soy...

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Seasonal Sneezes

I sneeze during my morning walk. Could I have allergies? Yes.  Many cases of seasonal allergies, or hay fever, are because of pollen released from trees, grass, and weeds. Pollen counts tend to be highest between 5 a.m. and 10...

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What Are Allergies?

Allergies reflect an overreaction of the immune system to substances that usually cause no reaction in both individuals. These substances can trigger sneezing, coughing, and itching. Allergies are not only bothersome, but may...

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Seasonal Sneezes

Many cases of seasonal allergies, or hay fever, are because of pollen released from trees, grass, and weeds. Pollen counts tend to be highest between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m., so shifting your walk to later in the day might help curb...

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Allergy Combo Alert

Hay fever sufferers, if you’ve experienced an itchy mouth or scratchy throat after eating certain raw fruits and veggies, you may have pollen-food syndrome. It happens when the immune system confuses certain food proteins...

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Got Food Allergies?

Create an action plan Studies indicate that up to 25% of forst-time allergic reactions occur in school. If food allergy guidelines are already in place at your child’s school, then your plan might simply list the foods to...

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