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What Are the Best Ways to Manage and Treat Eczema?

What Are the Best Ways to Manage and Treat Eczema?

Eczema is a general term for skin conditions that cause inflammation or dermatitis. It is a common condition in babies though it usually goes away with time. However, for some children, it can continue into adulthood. It can also develop in adults. Different types of eczema have different triggers.
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Why is my Eczema Worse in the Winter and What Can I Do About it?

Why is my Eczema Worse in the Winter and What Can I Do About it?

Have you ever noticed that your skin is drier in the winter than during other seasons? If this dry skin is more than a mild inconvenience & instead has become inflamed & itchy, you may have the skin condition known as Eczema. If you want to learn more about why you have eczema in winter, read more.
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Rhinitis Medicamentosa: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

Rhinitis Medicamentosa: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

Also known as rebound congestion, rhinitis medicamentosa is an inflammation of the mucous membrane in your nose. When the irritation is caused by allergies the condition is known as hay fever. Rebound congestion is a less common form, however, you may be at risk if you regularly use nasal sprays.
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Is Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EOE) Dangerous? What You Need to Know

Is Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EOE) Dangerous? What You Need to Know

Have you been having trouble swallowing recently due to pain in your throat? If you or your child are having trouble swallowing any food, you may be suffering from a condition called Eosinophilic Esophagitis. If you think you may be experiencing Eosinophilic Esophagitis contact Allergy Group.
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How Do You Diagnose and Treat Chronic Cough?

How Do You Diagnose and Treat Chronic Cough?

A cough that lasts for 8 weeks or longer is considered a chronic cough. Respiratory infection or a common cold is usually not the cause of chronic cough. After 2 months, a chronic cough not only becomes annoying and irritating but it may also start impacting your daily quality of life.
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Is My Chronic Cough from Allergies or Something Else? Signs to Look Out For

Is My Chronic Cough from Allergies or Something Else? Signs to Look Out For

We all have experienced a cough that happens during cold or flu- it is the kind of cough that bothers us for a few days during the infection and then slowly tapers off as we start recovering. But sometimes, the cough just doesn’t go away, what about that? Dry cough may be a symptom of allergies.
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What Causes Chronic Cough?

What Causes Chronic Cough?

Coughing is a very common condition & all of us experience it at some time. Cough can be caused due to many reasons like lung disease, upper respiratory tract infection, reflux, heart failure, certain medications, airway irritants, etc. In most cases, the cough gets relieved in 1 to 2 weeks.
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Should I Get Allergy Shots?

Should I Get Allergy Shots?

Allergy shots are a safe & effective treatment program designed to reduce allergic sensitivity to environmental substances. It involves giving injections of a small amount of the allergen, at regular intervals for a period of around 3 to 5 years to reduce or stop the allergy reactions.
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Is Oral Immunotherapy Safe For My Child?

Is Oral Immunotherapy Safe For My Child?

Food allergies affect around 15 million Americans. According to the CDC, the food allergy has increased by almost 50% from 1997 to 2011, which is almost triple for peanut & tree nut allergies. Each year more than 200,000 people require emergency care due to a reaction to food allergies.
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Can Oral Immunotherapy Prevent Anaphylactic Shock?

Can Oral Immunotherapy Prevent Anaphylactic Shock?

Oral Immunotherapy (OIT) involves feeding an allergic person an increasing amount of the allergen (allergic food), under the guidance of an allergist, with the goal of raising the threshold level that triggers a reaction. For example, a person with a peanut allergy is given small amounts of peanut protein that would not trigger an allergic reaction.
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