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Spray Away Your Allergy Symptoms
Allergy relief is going green with a new nasal spray that does not deplete the ozone. The nasal spray was eco-friendly and effective for perennial, or yearlong, allergic rhinitis sufferers.
Don't Sneeze at this Ragweed Allergy Treatment
Fall means leaves changing colors, cooler weather and ragweed allergies. For allergy sufferers, a long-term treatment is being developed to ease ragweed allergy symptoms.
Grass Pollen Allergy Relief is Around the Corner
A grass pollen allergy can wreak havoc during the summer season. A new treatment may soon provide long-term relief for many allergy sufferers.
Five Steps for a Better Allergy Season
Allergy season means irritation for many but relief is available. The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology ( ACAAI ) has five ways to take control of allergy season.
Ladies - The Air May Impact Your Mind
Older women should be mindful about the air they breathe: Chronic exposure to air pollution may be hurting your ability to think, reason and remember.
Mighty Molecule Reduces Dust Mite Allergy
Dust mites are a common nuisance for many allergy sufferers. That may be a thing of the past as scientists have found a molecule to combat dust mite allergy.
Allergies at the Root of Children's Wheezing
Allergies and wheezing increase the risk of developing asthma in children. Researchers have discovered that allergy sensitivity causes wheezing in children, which may lead to better treatments for wheezing and asthma.
Sunshine May Reduce Food Allergy Risk
An easy way reduce food allergy risk may be coming through your window. Sunlight exposure may reduce the risk of food allergies and eczema in children.
Asthma Causes may be all Around you
Dust, pets, cockroaches and mice have been labeled culprits when it comes to asthma. It turns out a common environmental bacteria may also play a role.
Childhood BMI Linked to Asthma and Allergies
Your child's Body Mass Index (BMI) can say a lot about their health. A high BMI at the age of seven is linked to an increased risk of asthma and allergies.