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Allergies Health Center

News and Features Related to Allergies

  1. Allergies, Asthma Tied to Lower Brain Cancer Risk

    By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Feb. 5, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- People with respiratory allergies, asthma and the skin condition eczema may be less likely to develop glioma brain cancer, a new study suggests. The international team of researchers looked at more than 4,500 glioma patient

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  2. New Drug Shows Promise Against Severe Sinusitis

    By Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Feb. 3, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- An experimental drug for the treatment of nasal polyps has shown promise in a small, preliminary trial involving a group of patients struggling with chronic sinusitis. Dupilumab, which is injected, is aimed at helping those

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  3. Food Allergy Myths and Facts

    You're done with your restaurant meal and it's time to the pay the bill. But before you even reach for your wallet, you get an itchy feeling down your back. Can't be food allergies, you think. Don't they go away when you become an adult? There's a lot of confusion out there about eating and allergie

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  4. How to Survive Spring Allergy Season

    Every spring, Denise Wilson tweaks her daily routine. Instead of running outdoors, she hits the gym. She puts on the air conditioner rather than open a window for fresh air. And she tucks her contacts into a drawer and switches to eyeglasses. Wilson, 46, a public relations exec in Brooklyn, NY, says

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  5. Does Honey Prevent Allergies?

    You’re buried beneath a mountain of tissues and can barely keep your eyelids open after a dose of allergy meds. You remember hearing that small amounts of local honey can help keep sniffles at bay. Does it work? The idea that honey can prevent allergies is based on a concept called immunotherapy. Th

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  6. Should You Get Allergy Shots?

    Allergy shots can’t cure your allergies, but they can really cut down on your symptoms. The shots are best if you have severe allergies or symptoms that last more than 3 months every year, says Michael Land, MD. They can also help if you can't take allergy medicines because of side effects or intera

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  7. Parents May Lack Food Allergy Emergency Know-How

    By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Jan. 26, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Many parents of children with food allergies say doctors did not discuss emergency care for their youngsters, a new study finds. It's crucial that parents have a written emergency plan for home and school, the study autho

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  8. Does Your Child Have a Cold, or Is It Allergies?

    Your son is back from overnight camp with a bad cough. You assume it’s a cold, because he’s got a fever and says he caught it a few days before he came home. So you do all you can to help him fight it off. A few days later, his fever is gone and he’s back in action. But he’s still coughing, and it g

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  9. Foods That May Trigger Pollen Allergies

    Have you ever taken a bite from an apple and felt your mouth get itchy? Did a tasty banana cause your tongue to swell? If so, chances are you have oral allergy syndrome, or pollen-food allergy syndrome as it’s also known. It happens because your immune system can’t tell the difference between protei

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  10. Adult-Onset Allergies

    Let’s be clear: Allergies aren’t kids’ stuff. Well, they’re not just kids’ stuff. That scratchy throat you thought was just a cold? The runny nose you figured was the flu? That run-down feeling you just can’t shake? Sure, you may be paying into Social Security or have a kid in college. You might eve

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