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  1. Surprisingly Ouchy Plants

    Even experienced gardeners have to deal with irritating plants that can cut, sting, and cause painful or itchy, irritated skin. Here are some ways to relieve the discomfort and treat skin abrasions from plants. A cactus is pretty obvious in showing its thorny side. Other plants are more subtle, but

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  2. Summer Without Sunburn

    Bright red, tender skin is often the mark of a summer day spent outdoors. But sunburn is not a healthy glow. It’s a sign of skin damage that can lead to premature aging and skin cancer. Even if you “tan, don’t burn,” you’re inviting trouble, says David Leffell, MD. “Any amount of unprotected sun exp

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  3. Worst Cities for Spring Allergies

    April 8, 2011 -- The charm of a Southern spring may be lost on millions of seasonal allergy sufferers. A new study shows Knoxville and a host of other Southern cities top the list of the worst places to live with spring allergies. It’s the second year in a row the Allergy and Asthma Foundation of Am

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  4. Preventing and Treating Mosquito Bites

    It’s summer -- time to enjoy the outdoors! But we’re not the only ones. Bugs like mosquitoes thrive in the warmer weather, too. And that means more chances of itchy mosquito bites. Try these methods for itch relief: Wash the area with soap and water. A cold compress or ice may help reduce itching an

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  5. 5 Ways to Beat Spring Allergies

    At last, the first warm days of spring! Time to open the windows, pack away the winter coats, get out in the garden -- and head to the pharmacy to stock up on allergy medications. If you greet the arrival of spring each year with a stuffy nose and watery eyes instead of a happy heart, it's time to t

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  6. Xolair May Treat Milk Allergy in Kids

    March 21, 2011 -- A small new study suggests that children with severe milk allergies may be able to rapidly overcome their sensitivities with the help of a biologic drug that helps to quiet an overly aggressive immune response. The study appears to be so promising that if larger trials, which are u

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  7. Birth Order May Affect Risk of Allergies

    March 21, 2011 -- First-born children may be more likely to develop certain types of allergies than their younger brothers or sisters, a study suggests. Researchers found the prevalence of several types of allergies, such as allergic rhinitis (hay fever or seasonal allergies), allergic conjunctiviti

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  8. Low Vitamin D Linked to Allergy Risk in Kids

    Feb. 25, 2011 -- Children who don’t get enough vitamin D may be at increased risk of developing allergies, new research indicates. Researchers in New York examined serum vitamin D levels in the blood of more than 3,100 children and adolescents and 3,400 adults. No association was found between low v

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  9. Foods That Fight Allergies?

    Content to come: See Kim Smith

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  10. 5 Nasal Allergy Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore

    If you have nasal allergies, you may be used to sneezing and congestion that last the entire day. But you don’t have to just put up with it. Whether you’re allergic to dust mites, tree pollen, or animal dander, you can find relief for your nasal allergy symptoms. “Some people suffer with seasonal al

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