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Sublingual Immunotherapy in Clinical Trials and Real Life

Sublingual Immunotherapy in Clinical Trials and Real Life

Sublingual immunotherapy is effective in allergic rhinitis and asthma, but apart from its efficacy, safety is crucial since it's usually self-administered. . .......[Read More]
Spring Allergies

Spring Allergies

Find WebMD's comprehensive coverage of spring allergies including medical reference, news, pictures, videos, and more.......[Read More]
Fall Dust Allergies

Fall Dust Allergies

If you find yourself sneezing over the mere thought of dust, then you should be aware of how the autumn season can impact your house dust and your allergies.See why average dust becomes a little more irritating this time of year - and what you can do about it.......[Read More]
Myths of Asthma

Myths of Asthma

If the asthma attack is not surpassed through immediate treatments and when breathing is not restored back, the victim might suffer respiratory trouble and he could possibly die out of not being able to breathe. It's also one of the myths of asthma that physical activity is a no-no among asthma......[Read More]
Do Old People Really Need Asthma Breathing Exercises?

Do Old People Really Need Asthma Breathing Exercises?

It is a given fact that asthma is a disease that afflicts more than a good couple million of people worldwide. It is also a well known fact that it is a very indiscriminate ailment, affecting people across different age groups, making age a considerable factor in treating the condition.......[Read More]
Christmas Check List For Asthma Sufferers

Christmas Check List For Asthma Sufferers

Going on a sky holiday is a great way to beat the winter blues, but for asthmatics sky holidays are known to negatively affect their symptoms if due care and precaution is not taken. Cold weather can have a dramatic effect on people with chest problems, on a cold and windy winters day use your relie......[Read More]
Dust Mites and Allergies: Protect Your Home

Dust Mites and Allergies: Protect Your Home

As it relates to allergies, dust mites are major offenders for most people, causing everything from nasal congestion to sneezing, itchy eye, and more. The major problem is, dust mites exist everywhere within the environment, and avoiding them entirely is essentially impossible. Still there are steps......[Read More]
Wood Burning Stove & Allergies

Wood Burning Stove & Allergies

Wood smoke poses a serious health threat to people with respiratory allergies. This presents a problem to homes using a woodstove. Not only does it produce offending smoke, but a woodstove also gives off irritating toxins.......[Read More]
Occupational Asthma-Related Information

Occupational Asthma-Related Information

A list of topics related to Occupational Asthma.......[Read More]
Attack Against Allergy Mold

Attack Against Allergy Mold

People who suffer from an allergy mold will exhibit the same symptoms as normal allergy sufferers, such as skin irritation, chronic sneezing, itchy, watery eyes, and chest and nasal congestion. A doctor will perform a skin test to receive a specific allergy mold diagnosis.......[Read More]
Skin Allergies

Skin Allergies

Skin Allergies are one of the most prevalent causes of skin conditions. Generally, they are caused by an immune system which becomes hypersensitive after exposure to certain substances which it recognizes as harmful.As a result of this exposure, the body's immune system releases huge amounts of......[Read More]
Trends in Prevalence and Treatment of Ocular Allergy

Trends in Prevalence and Treatment of Ocular Allergy

Learn more about the latest strategies for managing seasonal and perennial allergic conjunctivitis and related disorders.......[Read More]
Live the Rural Life, Avoid Asthma?

Live the Rural Life, Avoid Asthma?

The golden rule of real estate -- location, location, location -- may apply to your lungs' health, a new asthma study shows.......[Read More]
Farm Life Linked to Fewer Allergies, Less Asthma

Farm Life Linked to Fewer Allergies, Less Asthma

Could the older, more rustic Amish lifestyle hold the key to preventing allergies? An Indiana researcher thinks so. His research suggests that children who grow up on Amish farms are less prone to allergies and hay fever than Swiss youngsters who are raised on more modern-day farms.......[Read More]
Do You Have A Dog Allergy?

Do You Have A Dog Allergy?

Runny nose, watery eyes?Sneezing all the time?Do you have a dog allergy?Maybe your best friend is what's got your allergies going.After all there really is no dog breed that is truly non allergenic because they all produced dander, urine, and saliva.......[Read More]
Having Allergies? Quick Way To Overcome It

Having Allergies? Quick Way To Overcome It

When you suffer from allergies you will want to find the fastest and easiest way to help you fight against itchy eyes and runny noses. You will be happy to know that there are a few things that you can do from the comfort of your own home to help you to fight those nasty allergies. The first step is......[Read More]
Cat Allergy in Babies

Cat Allergy in Babies

Babies with cat allergies usually have traditional allergy symptoms. Cat allergies in babies are immune reactions to feline dander, feces, saliva and urine. Parents usually discover that determining a baby's allergy to cats to be a challenge but, with detailed testing, are able to effectively manage......[Read More]
General Information About Allergies

General Information About Allergies

Allergy is a condition in which the body reacts with unusual sensitivity to a certain substance or substances. These substances, which are usually proteins, are called antigens. They stimulate the body to produce antibodies, which weaken or destroy the invading antigens. In some cases, when an antib......[Read More]
Rhinitis and its Impact on Work

Rhinitis and its Impact on Work

Learn why rhinitis and work productivity should be further characterized and taken into account for establishing cost-effective management strategies.......[Read More]
What Are the Symptoms of an Asthma Attack?

What Are the Symptoms of an Asthma Attack?

Asthma is a very unpredictable and dangerous condition to have. It takes skill to determine all of the symptoms that you might come across as some are very minute that even people who have had this condition for some time are caught by surprise.......[Read More]