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Allergies and asthma are increasing in number. According to the CDC, food allergies alone rose 50 percent in children... Read More
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There are few things worse than discovering that the foods or medications you are ingesting are not what you thought... Read More
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Mold can cause allergic reactions and respiratory problems. According to the United States Department of Agriculture (... Read More
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As many as one in five Americans may have allergies. According to the UCLA Food & Drug Allergy Care Center, the... Read More
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Many people feel better by avoiding wheat products. If you suffer from digestive problems, you could have a wheat... Read More
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Heading into spring and Allergy and Asthma Awareness month, many people load up on antihistamines and get their inhaler... Read More
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As you probably know, the best way to handle a food allergy is avoidance. But according to a presentation at the... Read More
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Few people realize that wine can cause allergy symptoms. Many people believe that only solid foods cause allergy... Read More
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Elafin, a human protein, plays a key role against the inflammatory reaction typical of celiac disease or gluten... Read More
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This two-part article was written exclusively for PeanutAllergy.com by Sandra Potts, whose daughter, Megan, is allergic... Read More

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