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Bugged? Beat the violent abrasive insect sting with preparation and prevention.

Bugged? Beat the violent abrasive insect sting with preparation and prevention.

Most of us develop redness and swelling at the site of an insect sting. However, people who are allergic to stinging insect venom can have much more serious reaction including fatal reaction. Here is an article that goes over the steps to protect people with insect sting allergy.
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Debunking the Asthma and Allergy “Myths”

Debunking the Asthma and Allergy “Myths”

There are several misconceptions about asthma and allergy. Let’s help you in dispelling some of them below!
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Tips to Keep Your Indoor Allergies Away

Tips to Keep Your Indoor Allergies Away

House dust and house dust mites are a major indoor cause of chronic, persistent allergic symptoms and asthma.  High concentrations of dust and dust mites are found in mattresses, pillows, stuffed furniture, comforters and carpeting.
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Don't Let Allergies and Asthma Haunt your Halloween Fun

Don't Let Allergies and Asthma Haunt your Halloween Fun

The allergists at the ACAAI recently compiled the following list of the common Halloween allergens with tips on how to avoid them. We thought it would be beneficial to share with everyone visiting our website!
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Are "Hypoallergenic" pets for real?

Are "Hypoallergenic" pets for real?

The prevalence of human allergy to pets has increased over the past several decades, with most individuals being sensitive to cats and dogs. Environmental allergens derived from animals may contribute to illness, particularly for those individuals with a diagnosis of asthma, seasonal allergies or eczema/atopic dermatitis.
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