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Allergies Health Center

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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Did Your Allergy Medicine Stop Working?

    When your allergies act up, do you reach for the same prescription or over-the-counter product that's eased your symptoms in the past? What if it doesn't work the same way now? There’s a small chance your body has built up resistance to your favorite allergy medicine. It's much more likely, though,

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  4. 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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  5. Under-the-Tongue Hay Fever Pills: Little Benefit?

    By Kathleen Doheny HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, June 30, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Under-the-tongue pills for hay fever sufferers provide little symptom relief and often come with bothersome side effects, new research finds. Under-the-tongue, or sublingual, therapy is widely used in Europe as an alter

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  6. Probiotics May Ease Hay Fever Symptoms

    May 7, 2015 -- The so-called “friendly bacteria” known as probiotics may help take some of the misery out of hay fever, or seasonal allergies, according to a new review of studies. But the doctors who did the review say more research is needed before they’d be able to recommend probiotics as a treat

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  7. Allergies and Your Sinuses: Fighting Allergic Rhinitis

    One in five adults in the U.S. has nasal allergies, or allergic rhinitis. Yet as common as it is, experts say that allergic rhinitis is underdiagnosed, undertreated, and underestimated. “Allergic rhinitis is a trivialized disease,” says Jonathan A. Bernstein, MD, an allergist at the University of Ci

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  8. Do Harsh Winters Mean Worse Allergies?

    April 9, 2015 -- Spring is finally here, and with it comes tree pollen. For people with allergies, that could spell misery. But despite the harsh winter in some parts of the country, the sniffly, sneezy grief may not be any worse than usual. “I would say it will be an average allergy season, based o

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  9. 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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  10. Babies Who Eat Peanuts Early May Avoid Allergy

    Feb. 23, 2015 -- Life-threatening peanut allergies have mysteriously been on the rise in the past decade, with little hope for a cure. But a groundbreaking new study may offer a way to stem that rise, while another may offer some hope for those who are already allergic. Parents have been told for ye

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