Is it a Cold or an Allergy?
Sometimes it’s difficult to tell. There is no good way to tell the difference between allergy symptoms of runny nose, coughing, and sneezing and cold symptoms. However, there are some distinctions.... Read Article »
Most symptoms of anaphylaxis occur within minutes of exposure to an allergen. These symptoms are categorized depending on their severity. There are 3 categories of the severity of Anaphylaxis. They are 1. Mild; 2. Moderate; or 3. Severe:
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Types of Allergies
Frightened of Food
Living with Food Allergies
Imagine what life would be like if you had to constantly check out the ingredients in your favorite foods to make sure your life wasn’t in danger after eating even a tiny bit. For... Read Article »
What is mold?
There are thousands of types of molds and yeasts in the fungus family. Yeasts are single cells that divide to form clusters. Molds are made of many cells that grow as branching threads called hyphae. Although both can... Read Article »
The Ultimate Guide to Allergy Medications
Most allergies are easily treated with medication.
This guide will explain your allergy drug options, including a list of allergy drugs, what they do, and their generic and brand names.
Antihistamine... Read Article »
Are prescription or non-prescription allergy medications right for you?
Generally, the difference between prescription and non-prescription allergy medications is the overall time period that the medications work for to eliminate... Read Article »
Living With Allergies
Some studies are seeking better ways to diagnose as well as treat people with allergic diseases and to better understand the factors that regulate IgE production to reduce the allergic response. Several research institutions are focusing... Read Article »
Research on allergies is focused on understanding what happens to the human body during the allergic process – the sequence of events leading to the allergic response and the factors responsible for allergic diseases.
Scientists... Read Article »