Allergy Blog

A New Year Without Allergies

The New Year gives people an opportunity to focus on bettering themselves. While not everyone sets New Year’s resolutions, many people find that committing to written goals at the beginning of the year helps them improve various aspects of their lives. The most...

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How Sublingual Immunotherapy Works

If you have been suffering from allergy symptoms for a long time, your doctor may recommend sublingual allergy immunotherapy as the best remedy for your miseries. Sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) is popularly referred to as allergy drops. It works just like an allergy...

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Are You Allergic to Nickel?

If you have a nickel allergy, you may have noticed itchy rashes in interesting places. For example, you develop a rash near your belly button that was caused by the button or snap on your jeans. Nickel allergy is often associated with jewelry, such as earrings, but it...

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Managing Winter Allergies

You may have suffered through spring and fall allergies only to hope for a respite during winter months. Unfortunately, winter is not immune from allergies. Even though there are fewer pollens in the air in winter, there are plenty of indoor allergens to contend with,...

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Reducing Indoor Allergens This Winter

Due to the cold weather, most people prefer to stay indoors during the winter months. Those with allergies often assume that when they are inside, their exposure to allergens will be minimized. There are plenty of allergens indoors, however, including mold, dust and...

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Are You Allergic to Fish?

Fish is one of the top sources of food allergies. A lot of people know about shellfish allergies, but fish with fins can cause allergies, too. Interestingly, shellfish and fish are not related, which means that an allergic reaction to one does not always follow an...

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Don’t Let Food Allergies Dampen Your Thanksgiving

The Thanksgiving holiday is a wonderful time to enjoy the company of loved ones and the sumptuous feast on the dinner table. The turkey may be the hallmark of the holiday feast, but food allergies may try to take center stage. The Thanksgiving table offers many foods...

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Probiotics Could Help Your Allergy Symptoms

Allergies, especially food allergies, are linked to gastrointestinal symptoms. Many people who suffer from food allergy experience digestive problems, including constipation, vomiting, nausea, cramps, and more. Scientists are still trying to learn more about the...

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Curb Your Allergy Medication Costs

With the holidays approaching, many people are watching their wallets. The holiday season brings many expenses. If you are hosting a Thanksgiving dinner this year, you may find yourself spending more than you thought on ingredients and décor items. You may also be...

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