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Allergenic March


Uncommon Allergies

Allergies are often associated with pollen, animal dander, dust, food or other microscopic particles that affect our immune system. However, some people have allergic reactions to physical stimuli like heat, cold, and sunlight. A typical reaction is hives, or itchy raised welts of skin, which can be the result of hypersensitivity to heat and cold. […]


Teenage Allergies

Food allergy and food allergy attitudes among college students Matthew Greenhawt, MD, MBA, Andrew Singer, MD, Alan Baptist, MD, MPH Food allergy is increasing worldwide, and on college campuses the risks for food allergies and associated fatal anaphylactic reactions may be growing as well. College-aged individuals have not been studied thoroughly with regard to food […]


Common Allergies

Oral Allergy Syndrome Oral Allergy Syndrome is the medical term for an allergic reaction to food which is limited to the lips, mouth and throat. Symptoms include: Itching and / or swelling of all or part of the lips Itching or tingling and / or swelling of the mouth Itching or tingling and / or […]


Childhood Allergies

Over the past 50 years or so, there has been a large increase in the occurrence of allergic diseases (asthma, hayfever, atopic dermatitis and food allergy) in the population. This may be due to the increased use of antibiotics, childhood vaccinations, and a cleaner environment around us. As a result of the increase in allergic […]


Adult Allergies

Hard to believe, but too much cleanliness may be to blame If you never had allergies as a child but now find yourself affected by dust, dander, mould and pollen that leave you coughing, sneezing and wheezing,you might place the blame on too clean a home in childhood. This Hygiene Hypothesis is one of the […]

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