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Do Allergy Medications Make Your Allergies Worse?

Surprisingly, we know amazingly little about allergies but over the past decade, scientists have learned a lot. It leads us to wonder if allergy medicines work
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Nasal Flu Vaccine Now Recommended For Children

Although the weather hasn't changed much from summer, it is time for this year's flu vaccine. In a change of recent policy, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) both say the nasal spray, along with a flu shot, are equally recommended for...
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Lawsuit Filed Over Exploding Pam Cooking Spray Cans

Chances are you have a can of cooking spray stored in your kitchen. Little did you know that can may be a ticking time bomb! Over half a dozen people are suing Conagra after sustaining injuries allegedly resulting from exploding cans of Pam cooking spray. The lawsuit claim that Conagra sold...
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When You Should Stop Taking Medications To Prevent An Addiction

It seems the older we get, the more medications we take. While some medications may be needed long-term to help manage chronic conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure. But there others designed for short-term usage and may be harmful if used for too long. How might you know whether it’s...
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Social Media Is Fueling Spending For Beauty Treatments

You might think only women book a beauty treatment before a night out but it is twice as likely to be done by men. When it comes to an instant tan, 21% of men surveyed opt for it ahead of a big night, while only 12% of women would do the same. Men are also more likely to get their hair styled...
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Pediatric Group Recommends Kids Get The Flu Shot Instead Of The Nasal Spray

We've got a way to go before the flu season is her but health officials are encouraging you to get your flu shot now in order for your body to properly prepare before the season arrives. Beside an injection, this year marks the return of the nasal spray flu vaccine. The Center for Disease Control...
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We're Ruining Our Nonstick Cookware!

When it comes to the most useful utensil in the kitchen, hands down it would be nonstick cookware. These pans are easy to use and especially easy to clean. However when used incorrectly it's also easy to damage and ruin them faster than frying an egg! According to those all-knowing in the nonstick...
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Make Your Own Insecticidal Soap

Having bad luck with houseplants isn't all your fault. While you may think it's because you lack a "green thumb" in keeping them healthy, many instances it has nothing to do with you and everything to do with aphids, spider mites and other insects that eventually kill your plant. Worse is those...
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Mosquito Repellent For Dogs

Wasps, flies and mosquitoes, oh my! Humans aren't the only ones on the pest's menu. Our pets are preyed upon too and while it may sound like a good idea to spray your pet with the same bug spray we use, don't! DEET, the active ingredient that keeps mosquitoes off people, can be toxic for dogs. The...
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Tips On Properly Applying Bug Repellent

Along with sunscreen, bug spray is an essential item to have but even the most effective insect repellent will fail if you don't use it correctly. A quick, absent-minded spray won’t provide enough protection and applying it incorrectly can be dangerous, especially for pregnant women and children...
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