Diagnosis and Treatment of Allergic Rhinitis

Allergic rhinitis, commonly known as “hay fever,” is characterized by a runny or stuffy nose and itchy eyes, mouth or skin. Allergic rhinitis can be seasonal (due to mold spores or pollen), or perennial (due to things like dust mites, pet hair, or mold). There is also...
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Back to School with Allergies

With thousands of students in the Atlanta area heading back to school this fall, schools have created different techniques for handling students with allergies. Today, one in three children have allergies, and one in eleven students suffer from asthma. As a parent, it’s up to you...
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Exercise-Induced Anaphylaxis

Anaphylaxis is a potentially life-threatening allergic reaction affecting the entire body. If not treated quickly, anaphylaxis may lead to respiratory arrest, cardiac arrest, and even death. Peanuts and bee stings are a common cause of anaphylaxis. In some people, anaphylaxis may...
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About Non-Prescription Allergy Relief

About one in five people in the United States suffers from either allergies or asthma, according to WebMD. The annual cost of allergies to the health care system and businesses in the U.S. is estimated at $7.9 billion. A number of over-the-counter medications are used to treat...
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How To Fight Fatigue Related to Allergies

Far too many people deal with constant fatigue today. Unfortunately, individuals don’t always know what causes their symptoms. Fatigue often manifests itself during the day after a restless night of sleep. It’s a vicious cycle that never seems to end. These days, a...
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