Allergy Facts and Statistics

Allergies have always been a very common condition, but unfortunately not everyone is prepared to handle them. If the population has the proper awareness of allergies and treatment plans, many report allergy complication could be avoided. To help raise awareness and encourage more people to take better care of their allergies, here are some allergy …

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Drug Allergies: Symptoms and Treatments

Diagnosing and Treating Drug Allergies Have you been experiencing strange symptoms seemingly out of the blue? It could be that you are merely experiencing the side effects of a medication you have been taking. Or, it could be a drug allergy. Since distinguishing between allergy symptoms and side effects can be tricky, we’ll go over …

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Diagnosing and Treating Sinusitis Sinusitis can be a bit tricky to diagnose. Its symptoms could be brought on by a variety of causes — it may take the form of a sinus headache (which could be a symptom of dehydration or stress) — or it could give you nasal congestion or a cough (which might …

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Mold Allergies and How to Treat Them

Mold consists of tiny fungus spores that can be found in the air. In order to grow and thrive, these spores require water, food, air, and the correct temperature (An area that is shady and damp provides the best environment for mold). Mold can live both outside and indoors. And while we all breathe in …

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Allergic Triggers and Treatments

Millions of people suffer from various forms of allergies. Over 50 million people suffer from chronic allergies in America and allergies are the fifth largest chronic disease in the US. And while some allergic reactions may be minor (causing some discomfort), others can be life threatening. Here is some information about common allergic triggers, some …

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How to Manage Childhood Allergies

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Allergies affect over 50 million Americans each year, a growing percentage of which includes children. While any child can develop allergies, it is far more common for children to develop allergies when there is a family history of allergic reactions. Being aware of your family history will allow you to identify allergies among your children …

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How to Manage Childhood Nut Allergies

Peanut allergies are one of the most fatal allergies that your child can suffer from. If left untreated, peanuts can trigger a severe allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis, which can cause skin rash, nausea, vomiting, difficulty breathing, and shock. Due to this danger, you need to make sure that your child has immediate access to …

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The 5 Most Common New York Allergies

5 of the Most Common New York Allergies New York is home to various attractions, including an active nightlife and endless things to see and do. However, city pollution and wet weather also provide the perfect environment for common allergens to run rampant, much to the discomfort of New York allergy sufferers. If you are …

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Spring Cleaning Made Asthma-Friendly

While Spring cleaning is a necessary ritual when the weather clears up, for those who suffer from asthma it can have devastating effects when it manifests your symptoms. Luckily, there’s plenty you can do to mitigate your risk and clean in a way that is not hazardous to your health and overall well being. With that in mind, here are some tips and tricks you can use to make your Spring cleaning as asthma friendly as possible.

A Guide To Surviving Spring Allergy Season

Spring is now underway, and with April showers comes not only May flowers, but also Spring allergy season. While millions of Americans experience year round symptoms that are caused by indoor allergens such as dust mites, cat and dog danger and mold, pollen season can be devastating to millions more in the Spring outdoors. With …

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