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Allergies Health Center

News Related to Allergies

  1. Ladybug Allergies on the Rise

    March 7, 2006 (Miami Beach) -- Ladybug allergies are on the rise, as masses of the farmer-friendly beetles find their way "home" to get in out of the cold, researchers say. "During fall, they come inside houses to hibernate, giving rise to increasing complaints of home infestations," says Kusum Shar

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  2. Kissing and Peanut Allergy Dangerous

    March 6, 2006 (Miami Beach) -- A kiss is not just a kiss -- at least for people with food allergies. So say researchers who found that people with peanut allergies may be putting themselves at risk of potentially life-threatening allergic reactions if they kiss someone who has recently eaten peanuts

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  3. Teens With Food Allergies Take Risks

    March 6, 2006 (Miami Beach) -- Teens with food allergies admit to taking potentially deadly risks with their health, particularly when out with friends, a new survey shows. Among the risky behaviors: Leaving medication at home when at a school dance or wearing tight clothes, eating foods that could

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  4. FDA OKs Generic Version of Flonase

    Feb. 22, 2006 -- The FDA has approved the first generic version of the brand-name drug Flonase, a nasal spray that treats allergic and nonallergic nasal symptoms. The generic product is called fluticasone propionate nasal spray. It's approved for use in adults and children who are at least 4 years o

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  5. Sudafed, Singulair Equally Effective

    Feb. 20, 2006 -- A widely prescribed asthma and allergy drug proved to be no more effective for treating hay fever symptoms than a much cheaper over-the-counter decongestant in a newly reported study. Hay fever sufferers in the study who took the over-the-counter drug Sudafed 24 Hour (pseudoephedrin

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  6. Dust Mites Elude High-End Vacuums

    Feb. 17, 2006 -- You can't vacuum your allergies away, British researchers find. Experts currently recommend vacuums equipped with high-efficiency particulate air filters -- HEPA filters -- for families with dust mite or pet allergies. But Robin Gore, MD, and colleagues at the University of Manchest

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  7. FDA Approves Clarinex-D 12 Hour

    Feb. 3, 2006 -- A newer version of the prescription allergy medicine Clarinex has been approved by the FDA to treat nasal and non-nasal symptoms of seasonal allergies including nasal congestion in adults and children over age 12. Researchers say the new Clarinex-D 12 Hour should be available in time

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  8. FDA: Food Labels Must List Allergens

    Dec. 21, 2005 -- The FDA is requiring food labels to clearly state if food products contain any ingredients that are derived from protein from the eight major allergenic foods. The new labeling will become effective Jan. 1, 2006. This change came about as a result of the Food Allergen Labeling and C

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  9. Steroid Spray Shrinks Nasal Polyps

    Dec. 15, 2005 -- A popular prescription nasal spray used to treat seasonal allergies may help people with nasal polyps delay or even avoid surgery, new research shows. The nasal steroid spray Nasonex was approved by the FDA for the treatment of nasal polyps a year ago this month, largely on the stre

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  10. Nut Allergies May Be Outgrown

    Nov. 9, 2005 -- Allergies to tree nuts such as cashews, almonds, walnuts, and pecans are sometimes outgrown, new research shows. "Approximately 9% of patients outgrow tree-nut allergy, including some who had prior severe reactions," write doctors from Johns Hopkins University. About one in five kids

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