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A Peanut-Allergy Drug Approved For Children

The FDA has given the green-light for the first-ever peanut-allergy drug specifically for children ages 4 to 17
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People May Be More Allergic To Male Dogs Than Females

A new study indicates that there might be a simpler way to steer clear of pet allergies: just opt for a female dog.
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Three Signs Your Dog May Have Food Allergies

Just like in humans, your dog can develop allergic reactions to its food. However the exact ingredients they're reacting to can be tricky to pinpoint. First is to know the difference between a food allergy and a food sensitivity. When your dog has an allergic reaction to an ingredient in its food,...
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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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5 Times More Americans Are Allergic To Sesame Seeds Than Thought

More Americans may be allergic to sesame than previously believed, a new study finds. As many as 1.5 million US children and adults have a sesame allergy, which is five times higher than the number of Americans that was suggested in previous research. Among those with a 'convincing allergy to...
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Are You Allergic To Red Meat?

There are several food allergies that affect many different people. While you may be familiar with the more common ones like shellfish, peanuts and milk, there are millions of Americans who may not be aware they have a sensitivity to red meat, which could be raising their risk of heart attacks or...
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An Allergy Treatment That Uses Toothpaste Instead Of Injections

For those with allergies the only way to get some sort of relief is to take an allergy test and go through years of injections that slowly causes your body to not over-react to allergens. Not only is this immunotherapy time consuming, visiting the allergist for weekly injections for 3 to 5 years,...
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Stage Your Home Without Your Pet

We love our pets but when it comes to staging your house to sell, keep all signs of a pet out of the picture. That's the advice from real estate experts who say the favorite part of coming home could be preventing you from getting your home sold quickly and for top dollar. As you prep your home to...
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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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