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  1. How to Dodge Your Fall Allergies

    Seasonal allergies aren't life-threatening, but they do make 50 million people in the U.S. miserable. And fall is no exception for hay fever. Dani Dumitriu can tell you all about it.  Autumn’s arrival used to be a time of relief for her. The heat and humidity would fall off -- and so would her summe

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  2. Expert Advice on Handling Your Nasal Allergies

    Nasal allergies can have symptoms that are like a cold -- watery eyes, runny nose, sneezing, and congestion -- that just won’t go away. If your reaction to pollen, mold, dust, or pet hair is severe enough, it can put quite a hamper on your day-to-day life. But there are things you can do to stifle y

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  3. Makeup Tips for Bad Allergy Days

    Your eyes are bloodshot, your nose is red, and your skin is puffy. It must be allergy season! While your allergies may be a hard thing to kick to the curb for good, you don’t need to be a magician to mask the pesky symptoms that come with them. Instead, try out these simple solutions from makeup art

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  4. How to Pamper Your Allergic Nose

    Is your sniffer working overtime because of a cold or allergies? It can feel uncomfortable when you use all those tissues.  Use these expert tricks to soothe a chapped, sore nose fast. You may think pre-moistened wipes are gentler than plain-old tissue, but many diaper wipes or those made for removi

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  5. Nasal Allergies and Mold

    Do your nasal allergies linger well after the first frost? If so, you may have a mold allergy. Mold is found everywhere -- outdoors on leaves and rotting wood, and indoors in damp basements and bathrooms. So mold allergies and allergy symptoms can happen year-round. The symptoms are similar to those

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  6. 7 Habits That Can Trigger Your Allergy Symptoms

    You may be great at dodging allergy triggers outdoors, but what happens once you’re inside? From walking in your front door to tucking yourself into bed at night, you’ll want to sidestep these common mistakes and keep your allergy triggers at bay. Regularly allowing your bathroom to get too steamy c

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  7. 6 Foods That May Help Curb Your Allergies

    Seasonal sniffles, sneezes, and itches got you down? There are things you can eat that may ease your allergy symptoms. No food is a proven cure. But fruits and vegetables are good for your whole body. They're full of nutrients that can keep you healthy. They may also protect you from seasonal allerg

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  8. Soothe Your Seasonal Allergies

    It happens like clockwork: As soon as you take out your jacket in the fall or pack away your heavy sweaters in the spring, or your eyes start itching, your nose starts dripping, and you sneeze like you’re one of the Seven Dwarves.  These seasonal allergies, also known as hay fever, are caused by you

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  9. Housecleaning Tips for People With Allergies

    Your allergies can make it tricky to keep your home clean. Some simple strategies can help you overcome that. First, you need to know what your triggers are: dust, pet dander, pollen, or mold. See an allergist to find out. Next, use these five steps to keep things tidy so you can feel better. Surpri

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  10. Why Do I Suddenly Have Allergies?

    You used to feel great when you spent time outdoors. Lately, though, things have changed. When you take a spring walk in the park, rake leaves in the fall, or even just open your windows for some fresh air, you have symptoms you’ve never had before. Could it really be allergies at your age? Seasonal

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