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Prepare Yourself for Seasonal and Grass Allergies

Prepare Yourself for Seasonal and Grass Allergies

When the growing season rolls around, you will probably know it due to watery eyes, a runny nose, and itchy ears. Plan now to get a jump on your allergy symptoms before they take hold.
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Why You Should Consider Oral Immunotherapy (OIT) if you have a Wheat Allergy

Why You Should Consider Oral Immunotherapy (OIT) if you have a Wheat Allergy

Are you sensitive to gluten? There are many symptoms of a gluten intolerance. You may experience swelling, itching, or any kind of irritation within your mouth. Hives, nasal congestion, watery eyes, trouble breathing, cramps, and diarrhea are also known symptoms. If you have dealt with these issues after consuming gluten, then you may be one of the many people suffering from a wheat allergy. Luckily, there’s help.
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Is your child’s food allergy causing a lot of stress and anxiety?

Is your child’s food allergy causing a lot of stress and anxiety?

If you are reading this article, you probably know that taking care of a child with food allergies can be really stressful! Daily management can be time-consuming and you may experience a mix of emotions like worry, uncertainty, confusion, frustration, sadness and of course anxiety.
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Oral Immunotherapy for the Treatment of Egg Allergies

Oral Immunotherapy for the Treatment of Egg Allergies

Egg allergies most often affect young children. It is estimated that up to two percent of children are allergic to eggs. While that number may seem small, eggs are one of the most common food allergens affecting children.
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Top self-care tips for getting rid of Hives | Find out

Top self-care tips for getting rid of Hives | Find out

Hives also known as urticaria, appear as pink, raised and itchy bumps on the skin. They occur due to\ an allergic reaction, but other factors can also cause hives like- cold, stress, insect bites, drugs, food etc.
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The Use of Oral Immunotherapy (OIT) to Benefit a Milk Allergy

The Use of Oral Immunotherapy (OIT) to Benefit a Milk Allergy

About 65% of people are lactose-intolerant. They experience gastric upset when they consume dairy products. This is because they don't have the ability to break down lactose which is a sugar naturally occurring in milk. A true milk allergy is different than lactose intolerance because it is caused by an allergic reaction to a milk protein.
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Restoring normal eating habits in people with peanut allergy using Oral Immunotherapy (OIT)

Restoring normal eating habits in people with peanut allergy using Oral Immunotherapy (OIT)

Millions of people (almost 1 in 6 individuals) in the United States suffer from a peanut allergy. Ranging in severity, this allergy can produce unwanted immune system responses when peanuts are introduced to the body. Sometimes the symptoms can be as manageable as vomiting or as severe as intense hives and swelling around the face and throat and could be life threatening (aka anaphylaxis). Individuals who struggle with a peanut allergy may have a much harder time finding things to eat, as ma...
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Allergy Symptoms Checklist!

Allergy Symptoms Checklist!

Runny nose, watery eyes and cough? Are these symptoms due to allergies or some other infection? This doubt may trouble you all the time. Therefore, we have listed the common allergy symptoms and the causes of these symptoms. So that next time you experience any symptom, you will be able to identify it and take the necessary action.
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Anaphylaxis: It is an emergency!

Anaphylaxis: It is an emergency!

It is the most severe and potentially life-threatening allergic reaction. It may occur suddenly, worsen quickly and can be most deadly.
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Why is Flu Bad for Asthmatics? Find out!

Why is Flu Bad for Asthmatics? Find out!

Having asthma does not increase your risk of getting Flu infection, but Flu can become more serious for asthmatic people, even if their asthma is mild and well controlled by drugs.
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