allergens

Prepare For Fall Allergies Now

As the days get shorter and the temperature drops, we get excited for a new season to arrive. However it also means a slew of new allergens to deal with and once again seasonal allergies return to your stuffy head and watery eyes. Fall allergies begin in early August and continue until November,...
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Pediatrician Group Recommends Changes For Introducing Your Baby to Food Allergens

Researchers estimate that 32 million Americans have food allergies , including 5.6 million children under age 18. That's one in 13 children, or roughly two in every classroom. That has led the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) to update its recommendations for introducing children to food...
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The Deodorizing Clothes Hanger

Taking your clothes to the dry cleaners isn't a cheap affair, especially when your suits just need a refreshing. Rather than spritzing them with Febreze, consider the Panasonic Nanoe X clothes hanger that deodorizes your clothes. The techy hanger uses negatively charged ion particles smaller than...
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Certain Foods At Certain Times Of The year May Be Making Your Allergies Worse

Spring is here and so are those seasonal allergies that can linger well into summer. Taking allergy pills can help but did you ever stop to think that certain foods you eat are the root of your sniffling and sneezing? Up to 70% of seasonal allergy suffers from oral allergy syndrome, an allergic...
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