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Seasonal Allergy Symptoms - Chest Tightness & Pain

Seasonal Allergy Symptoms - Chest Tightness & Pain

Seasonal allergies, which occur at various times of the year, are quite common. The most common symptoms include a runny nose, red and watery eyes, sneezing and itchiness of the skin. Some seasonal allergies cause more-problematic symptoms, such as tightness and pain in the chest.......[Read More]
Most Common Allergy Triggers - 5 Irritants And Suggestions For How To Handle Them

Most Common Allergy Triggers - 5 Irritants And Suggestions For How To Handle Them

Airborne allergies can really disrupt your quality of life. Knowing what irritants can cause the disruption is more than half the problem solved. Here are the 5 most common airborne allergens known and suggestions for dealing with them.......[Read More]
Milk Allergies

Milk Allergies

Find WebMD's comprehensive coverage of milk allergies including medical reference, news, pictures, videos, and more.......[Read More]
Asthma and Yoga - The Benefits That You Might Have Missed

Asthma and Yoga - The Benefits That You Might Have Missed

At first glance you might wonder what can yoga possibly do to help asthmatics in achieving alleviation and control over their condition. There's a lot that yoga can offer, actually. But not just general everyday yoga, you need to understand that for a condition like asthma, you will need someth......[Read More]
It Can Be Easy to Find a Gluten Free Pizza Base Recipe

It Can Be Easy to Find a Gluten Free Pizza Base Recipe

If you wondering how you can enjoy pizza if you have celiac disease or gluten intolerance you can simply follow the suggestions outlined in this article to point you in the right direction. You will learn that just a trace amount of gluten can cause issues those who suffer from celiac, ways to find ......[Read More]
How to Deal with Skin Allergy

How to Deal with Skin Allergy

Getting to know Skin Allergy Identification, Skin Allergy Treatment, Skin Allergy Alerts, and Further Steps to avoid Skin Allergy. ......[Read More]
What Are the Causes of Temporary Asthma?

What Are the Causes of Temporary Asthma?

Medically defined as a chronic, inflammatory airway condition, asthma causes attacks of wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness and coughing. Symptoms can be controlled, but asthma is a lifelong condition, not a temporary one as many people mistakenly believe.......[Read More]
Wheatgrass Side Effects And Their Prevention

Wheatgrass Side Effects And Their Prevention

This plant has so much to offer that a few possible wheatgrass side effects should not put you off. Wheatgrass is really gaining in popularity due to the amount of health benefits it can offer via its......[Read More]
Food Allergy Treatment - 3 Guidelines To Help You Cook!

Food Allergy Treatment - 3 Guidelines To Help You Cook!

The book gives you procedures and standards of maintaining diet. Researches have shown that there are about 5 - 8 % of young children who are inflicted with the allergy caused by food. ......[Read More]
The Connection Between Food Allergies and ADHD

The Connection Between Food Allergies and ADHD

There are many parents who swear that diet change has helped their child's ADHD, but most doctors and researchers deny that food allergies or sensitivities can cause the behavior associated with ADHD, presumably their own conclusions based on studies. Therefore, the presumption of allergies cau......[Read More]
Bee Pollen and Seasonal Allergies

Bee Pollen and Seasonal Allergies

Bee pollen is all the buzz in the supplement world right now, and it has been a mainstay in ancient Chinese herbal medicine for centuries because of it's over all amazing health benefits. This supplement possesses so many health benefits that narrowing them down to one is simply impossible. For......[Read More]
How to Treat Allergies and Asthma Naturally

How to Treat Allergies and Asthma Naturally

The lung disease known as asthma leads to a person's airways being obstructed. When an asthma attack occurs, the muscles outlining the lung's small airways (bronchi) are inhibited, which prevents air from passing outward. Tobacco smoke, mold, fumes, pollutants, dust mites, drugs, chemicals......[Read More]
Risk Factors for Systemic Reactions to Allergen Immunotherapy

Risk Factors for Systemic Reactions to Allergen Immunotherapy

New clinical practice guidelines and an international consensus concerning allergen specific immunotherapy are discussed - with an emphasis on patient safety.......[Read More]
Does Asthma Ever Go Away?

Does Asthma Ever Go Away?

Asthma is a respiratory disease that causes the airways of the lungs to become inflamed and restrict air from flowing. This causes coughing, wheezing and a shortness of breath. The factors that trigger asthma symptoms vary by individual, as does the severity. Symptoms are not continuous, but happen ......[Read More]
Food Allergies - Why Are Peanuts So Dangerous?

Food Allergies - Why Are Peanuts So Dangerous?

Peanut allergies can cause anything from a mild rash to anaphylactic shock and possible death. Exactly what makes some people suffer from the allergy is unknown, though it does seem to run in families.......[Read More]
Acute and Cholinergic Hives - Some Information

Acute and Cholinergic Hives - Some Information

Urticaria can be a painful disease in terms of swelling and pain. Above all, the itchy feeling can very easily ruin your whole day. These are some commonly occurring symptoms of acute hives. Urticaria is basically divided in two broad categories where one is known as acute hives and the other one is......[Read More]
Itching and Rashes During Pregnancy

Itching and Rashes During Pregnancy

Learn about the most common causes of itching and rashes during pregnancy, and the treatments for each.......[Read More]
Daily Drugs Not Always Needed for Mild Asthma

Daily Drugs Not Always Needed for Mild Asthma

Many adults with mild persistent asthma may not need daily inhaled steroid treatments to adequately control the condition......[Read More]
The Interaction Between Pollen & Breathing

The Interaction Between Pollen & Breathing

During certain times of the year, many plants produce an abundance of pollen, which is necessary for species propagation. But the fine, granular substance can sometimes cause adverse reactions in humans.......[Read More]
Children's Food Allergies - School Survival Guide

Children's Food Allergies - School Survival Guide

I remember vividly when my son was diagnosed with children's food allergies at the age of four. Through a series of tests, it was determined that he is allergic to milk, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, shellfish and eggs...basically, all eight of the foods that cause 90% of food allergic reacti......[Read More]