Allergy Blog

Tips to Help Seniors Survive Allergy Season

With Senior Citizen Day coming up on August 21, we’d like to give a shout out to aging members of society who have made lasting contributions in our communities. As the body ages, it becomes subject to a number of health problems—including allergies. Allergies may...

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Allergens in the Classroom

School children are not only exposed to germs and viruses at school, but they may also come in contact with a host of different allergens. Those allergens can trigger attacks in kids with allergies and asthma. Parents can keep their children from missing school due to...

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Back-to-School Tips for Parents of Allergic Children

If your children suffer from allergies, it can be stressful to send them off to school for another year. Food allergies are very common among kids, and some can be severe enough to cause life-threatening anaphylaxis. Parents with allergic children must be proactive in...

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Will Allergies Affect My Pregnancy?

Pregnant women who have been contending with sniffling, sneezing and itchy eyes may be concerned about how their allergies will affect their pregnancy. It’s important to understand the source of the symptoms. They may be allergy-driven, but they may also stem from...

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Tips for an Allergy-free Summer Vacation

Summer is the time to enjoy new sights and scenery as you head out for a road trip or board a plane for exciting new destinations. If you are an allergy sufferer, however, travel is not always easy. People with environmental allergies may be nervous to venture out to...

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How Vitamin D Helps Allergy Sufferers

July has been declared UV Safety Month by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the importance of protecting skin from the harmful effects of the sun’s UV rays. Too much exposure to UV rays can lead to health...

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How to Help Kids After a Food-induced Allergic Reaction

An allergic reaction can be very traumatic for kids. If the allergy is caused by a particular food, they may feel scared to eat anything resembling that food. Parents may have trouble convincing their children to eat normally after a negative experience with...

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Is Your Bedroom Allergy-Proof?

If you have allergies, you may find yourself wanting to hide away in your bedroom, avoiding pollen, mold, and other insidious allergy triggers. What you may not realize, however, is that your bedroom is not the refuge you think it is. It may be harboring a raft of...

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Coconut Allergy?

Due to the concern that exposure to man-made chemicals will trigger allergies, many people turn to natural skincare and beauty products. They add organic products to their daily beauty regimen because of the well-known benefits of pure ingredients. However, the use of...

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