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    Seasonal Allergies

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    noses, itchy eyes, and scratchy throats. The culprit? Seasonal allergies. If you suffer from seasonal allergies that leave you miserable, and you don't want to take drugs, consider using an all-natural method to relieve your symptoms. Here are four all-natural, chemical-free, methods to try: 1. Apple Cider Vinegar An age-old remedy for various ailments, apple cider vinegar may be used to help relieve the pesky symptoms of seasonal allergies. It is believed to work because it naturally helps to reduce

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    Seasonal Allergies

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    person who has to endure all the frustrating side effects of seasonal allergies, you know too well that it can get annoying. Sometimes people avoid going outdoors in fear of being affected by the budding trees, grasses, and pollen – yes, it can get really miserable. Seasonal allergies can be congenital or genetic, but more often or not they develop because of your health and the environment. Again, there are no real cures for allergies such as hay fever, but like with most health conditions, having a

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    Food Allergies

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    but they also serve as unique markers that can bring people together. I was born with severe food allergies and that’s something that has shaped who I am today whether I like it or not. Initially I was allergic to almost every food other than pork, beans, and rice, which made life for my parents caring for an infant rather difficult I’m sure. Now as I grew up I began to outgrow many of my allergies and by the age of three I was just allergic primarily milk, eggs, and nuts. Which may not seem that

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    Dog Allergies

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    Everything You Need To Know About Dog Allergies Dogs have become part of our lives to the point that they literally become part of our families. And with that comes the responsibility of providing them the best care possible by giving them the right kind of food, provide shelter and to send them to the vet for treatment and vaccinations. Sometimes, we may be too focused making our dogs as toys that we neglect the right kind of care that they deserve. Most often than not, these dogs would suffer

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    Asthma Allergies

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    When it comes to Asthma some allergies are just one of the factors that can trigger asthma attacks. Not all people with asthma have allergies and there are many people who have allergies but do not have asthma. Some ongoing health problems can trigger asthma symptoms or make them worse. These include obesity, obstructive sleep apnea, acid reflux, stress and depression. Let your allergist know if you have one of these conditions so you can discuss the best approach to control both your health problem

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    Introduction: According to Food Allergy Research and Education, peanut allergies are known to be one of the most common food allergies in children and adults. These allergies cause allergic reactions that can be severe and potentially fatal to those allergic to peanuts. Studies have indicated that approximately 20 percent of children eventually outgrow their peanut allergy. It is important to know the distinction between peanuts and tree nuts, such as, almonds, cashews and walnuts. Being allergic

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    Seasonal Allergies

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    Cough, cough, sniff, snort, blow... those are the common sounds that we hear as seasonal allergies take hold of so many individuals every year. Allergic rhinitis (commonly known as hay fever) is categorized as a IgE-mediated immune response (the same response when you have a food allergy) which causes a release of histamine which in turn is responsible for the myriad of symptoms associated with allergic rhinitis, such as sneezing, rhinorrhea (runny nose), nasal congestion, pruritus of the nose (itchy

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    Allergies Research Paper

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    What are Allergies? Reactions Hypersensitivity reactions are classified to four different classes; Class 1, 2, 3, and 4. Class IV Classes I,II,III Classes 1,2,3 are caused by antibodies, lgE/lgG. Overproduction of these antibodies activates immune cells like basophils & mast cells, which respond by releasing inflammatory chemicals (histamine) References www.biology-online.org/dictionary/Allergy. “AAFA.” Types of Allergies | AAFA.org, www.aafa.org/page/types-of-allergies.aspx. “Allergies.” Mayo Clinic

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    The Mediterranean Diet and Allergies Springtime often leaves many people sniffling and sneezing, and while antihistamine pills are effective, it can leave you feeling exhausted and foggy. While the use of medication works well, it should never be solely relied upon. Sometimes there are other solutions to try first before you head to the medicine cabinet. You ever hear the term “you are what you eat”? Well, that statement couldn’t be more true, what you put into your body will affect your performance

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    Hdm Allergy

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    HDM allergy is considered as one of the most common causative agents for airborne allergens. Despite this, immune response is still unclear. Prior to recent development, Jacquet (2012) stated that the response to HDM allergens is caused by a dysregulation of the adaptive immune system. However, recent studies show that HDM allergic response is caused by cross-reactivity between the innate and adaptive immune system. Jacquet stated that patients that are exposed to HDM allergens undergo serious inflammatory

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