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  1. The Evolution Diet: All-Natural and Allergy Free by Joseph SB Morse, 2009-07-07
  2. Dairy-free, Egg-free Kid Pleasing Recipes & Tips by Theresa Kingma, 2004-11-01
  3. The Washington Manual® Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Subspecialty Consult (The Washington Manual® Subspecialty Consult Series) by Washington University School of Medicine Department of Medicine, 2003-09-10
  4. The Allergy Self-Help Book: A Step-By-Step Guide to Nondrug Relief of Asthma, Hay Fever, Headaches, Fatigue, Digestive Problems, and over 50 Other A by Sharon Faelten, Editors of Prevention Magazine, 1983-09
  5. Food Allergy Cookbook by Lucinda Bruce-Gardyne, 2008-01-10
  6. The Bible Cure for Allergies: Ancient Truths, Natural Remedies and the Latest Findings for Your Health Today by DONALD COLBERT, 2000-03-13
  7. The Complete Peanut Allergy Handbook by M.D., Scott H. Sicherer, Terry Malloy, 2005-08-02
  8. The Food Allergy Cure: A New Solution to Food Cravings, Obesity, Depression, Headaches, Arthritis, and Fatigue by Dr. Ellen Cutler, 2003-04-22
  9. My House Is Killing Me!: The Home Guide for Families with Allergies and Asthma by Jeffrey C. May, 2001-10-08
  10. Sinus Relief Now: The Ground-Breaking 5-Step Program for Sinus, Allergy, and AsthmaSufferers by Jordan S. Josephson, 2006-12-05
  11. Allergy Free: An Alternative Medicine Definitive Guide by Konrad Kail, Bobbi Lawrence, et all 2000-09-15
  12. Alternative Approach to Allergies, An: The New Field of Clinical Ecology Unravels the Environmental Causes of by Theron G. Randolph, 1990-06-06
  13. Allergies and Candida : With the Physicist's Rapid Solution (4th Edition) by Steven Rochlitz, 2000-06
  14. Food Allergy: Its Manifestations and Control and Elimination Diets : A Compendium by A. H. R. Rowe, 1972-06

61. Allergies, Allergy Prevention, Alternative Treatments For Allergies Herbs, Teas,
allergies to dairy, allergy to animals, foods, allergy elimination diet, hives, allergy reactions, allergy treatments, natural allergy relief, histamines,
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62. Allergies
Provides the latest information and therapy options for these disorders.

63. Allergies |
These can be reactions to the commonest of substances, as there can be allergies for almost anything (sometimes even anyone). Find out more on allergies
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An allergy is an immune system disorder that affects 1 in every 3 people. These can be reactions to the commonest of substances, as there can be allergies for almost anything (sometimes even anyone). Find out more on allergies from the articles presented below.
Allergy Symptoms in Children

Allergy symptoms in children are mostly similar to symptoms of flu. Read on to learn some information on how to recognize allergy symptoms in children.
Allergic Reaction to Sunscreen

Many people out there fall prey to an allergic reaction to sunscreen, which is the most vital product that everyone must possess. Here you'll find out about why this happens, and what chemicals to stay clear from...
Detergent Allergy

You get a detergent allergy when your body reacts adversely to a specific component of the detergent. Gather more relevant information related to this topic from this article.
Grass Allergy

What is grass allergy? What are the causes and symptoms of it? Is it possible to overcome it? Find answers to all these questions and more in this article. Read on...
Grass Allergy Rash

Grass allergy rash is a common occurrence during summer and spring time. Read on to know more about it...

64. Food Allergy - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
allergies to seeds especially sesame - seem to be increasing in many countries. An example of allergies more common to a particular region is the surplus rice allergies in East
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Food allergies Jump to: navigation search Food allergy Classification and external resources ICD T ICD OMIM ... MeSH A food allergy is an adverse immune response to a food protein. They are distinct from other adverse responses to food, such as food intolerance , pharmacological reactions, and toxin-mediated reactions. A protein in the food is the most common allergic component. These kinds of allergies occur when the body's immune system mistakenly identifies a protein as harmful. Some proteins or fragments of proteins are resistant to digestion and those that are not broken down in the digestive process are tagged by the Immunoglobulin E (IgE). These tags fool the immune system into thinking that the protein is harmful. The immune system, thinking the organism (the individual) is under attack, triggers an allergic reaction. These reactions can range from mild to severe. Allergic responses include dermatitis gastrointestinal and respiratory distress, including such life-threatening anaphylaxic responses as biphasic anaphylaxis and vasodilation ; these require immediate emergency intervention. Non-food protein allergies include latex sensitivity. Individuals with protein allergies commonly avoid contact with the problematic protein. Some medications may prevent, minimize or treat protein allergy reactions.

65. Allergies To Pets : The Humane Society Of The United States
May 18, 2010 If your or a family member s allergies to your pets are simply miserable, but not lifethreatening, take these five steps to reduce the

66. Allergies | BabyCenter
Find out how to tell if your baby has allergies and what you can do to treat or prevent them.

67. Asthma And Allergy Foundation Of America - Information About Asthma, Allergies,
Organization provides free information and education on asthma and allergies, as well as links to regional AAFA groups.
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68. Allergies And Hay Fever
Millions of Americans suffer from nasal allergies, commonly known as hay fever. Often fragrant flowers are blamed for the uncomfortable symptoms,
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Millions of Americans suffer from nasal allergies, commonly known as hay fever. Often fragrant flowers are blamed for the uncomfortable symptoms, yet they are rarely the cause; their pollens are too heavy to be airborne. An ear, nose, and throat specialist can help determine the substances causing your discomfort and develop a management plan that will help make life more enjoyable. Why does the body develop allergies? Allergy symptoms appear when the immune system reacts to an allergic substance that has entered the body as though it was an unwelcomed invader. The immune system will produce special antibodies capable of recognizing the same allergic substance if it enters the body at a later time. When an allergen reenters the body, the immune system rapidly recognizes it causing a series of reactions. These reactions often involve tissue destruction, blood vessel dilation, and production of many inflammatory substances including histamine. Histamine produces common allergy symptoms such as itchy, watery eyes, nasal and sinus congestion, headaches, sneezing, scratchy throat, hives, shortness of breath, etc. Other less common symptoms are balance disturbances, skin irritations such as eczema, and even respiratory problems like asthma.

69. Allergy Causes, Treatment & Prevention Information -
Information from ThirdAge about allergies, including seasonal allergies, pet allergies, food allergies, and more. Plus, find out how to avoid and treat allergic reactions.
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Allergies Surprising Allergy Triggers
We've uncovered five surprising allergy triggers that make already uncomfortable symptoms worse than they need to be. Read more...
Allergies Practice Pollen Control
Here are some facts about the causes and tips on springtime allergies and how to control the seasonal symptoms. Read more...
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70. Asthma And Allergy Foundation Of America - Information About Asthma, Allergies,
allergies are diseases of the immune system that cause an overreaction to substances allergies are grouped by the kind of trigger, time of year or where

71. Allergy Advice
Information about dust, pollen, and pet allergies including hayfever treatment. From Benadryl.

72. Allergies
Overview of allergies, what they are and some of the common tests used to diagnose them.

73. WebMD Allergies Health Center - Find Allergy Information And Latest Health News
Find in-depth information including treatments, triggers, and prevention.

74. Allergies
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An allergy is an abnormal immune response or increased sensitivity, to substances known as allergens which are usually proteins. Non-allergic triggers include temperature or barometric pressure changes or odors/irritants such as cleaning agents, fragrances/potpourris, tobacco smoke or vehicle exhaust to name a few. A person with allergies experiences symptoms when exposed to common allergens such as tree, grass, ragweed pollen, cats/dogs and dust mites that correlate with allergy testing. A non-allergic person would respond to irritants and weather chang (More)
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    Describes causes, treatments, and prevention.

    76. Allergies
    Diagnosing allergies is sometimes easy, and at other times very difficult. A patient s history and physical examination, may suggest certain allergies,
    What Are Allergies? Why Do I Have Allergies?
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    The substances that provoke an allergic response are called allergens. Almost any substance can cause an allergic reaction. The most common ones are: pollen, dust, animal dander, animal hair, mold, medications, and food. The medical term for nasal allergy symptoms is allergic rhinitis. ("Rhinitis" comes from the ancient Greek word "rhinos" for nose, and "itis" means inflammation.) Seasonal allergic rhinitis describes nasal allergies that change with the seasons due to pollen from plants. Hay fever , a popular term for seasonal allergies, is misleading because allergies seldom cause a fever and are not related to hay. Perennial rhinitis describes year-round nasal allergies, which are caused by substances like dust mites, mold spores, feathers, and pet dander.

    77. ASPCA Allergies
    Cat Care allergies When a cat has allergies, her immune system is overly sensitive to certain everyday substances and begins to identify them as dangerous.
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        What Are the General Symptoms of Allergies in Cats?
        • Sneezing, coughing (if the cat has asthma), wheezing
        • Itchy skin/increased scratching
        • Itchy, runny eyes
        • Itchy back or base of tail (most commonly seen in flea allergies)
        • Itchy ears and ear infections
        • Vomiting
        • Diarrhea
        • Snoring caused by an inflamed throat
        • Paw chewing/swollen paws
        Can Cats Be Allergic to Food?
        What Are Cats Allergic To?
        The following substances can cause allergic reactions in cats who are sensitive to them:
        • Tree, grass, weed, mold, mildew and dust pollens
        • Food
        • Fleas and flea-control products
        • Prescription drugs
        • Perfumes
        • Cleaning products
        • Cigarette smoke
        • Fabrics
        • Rubber and plastic materials
        Note: A flea allergy only requires the bite of a single flea to trigger intense itchiness for 2 to 3 weeks.
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    78. Allerjeez!
    Features a weblog by a mother of a child who is allergic to many foods. Contains articles, reviews, and resources for all types of allergy sufferers with a slight focus on food allergies.
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    All things allergy, asthma, and eczema.
    As the parent of an asthmatic child, I have done countless hours of researching the condition online. I have probably grazed hundreds of medical related websites in doing so. There is plenty of information to be found, but often times the websites include a ton of medical jargon which makes it difficult for an asthma newbie to process the more important information. Things that make you go huh. Can you be allergic to electromagnetic radiation? One womans story. A homeowner wants to remove nut trees from his property due to his childrens severe nut allergies. The city will not allow it, stating the removal of the trees would hurt the local eco system. While it would probably be in his best interests to just move to avoid nut trees in surrounding properties, the responses to this short article make my blood boil. Theres so much ignorance and unconcern for the health of the children from the majority of commenters its terrifying.
    New drug could stop allergic reactions
    Those with food allergy will obviously want to be mindful of the ingredients of the recipe (contain walnut and coconut), but if your only concern is seasonal allergies and other sinus problems, you probably want to give this a try. The comments of the post contain multiple positive testimonials of the treatment.

    79. Patient Resources : Allergies
    The latest medical news and information for patients or friends/parents of patients diagnosed with allergies. Medical News and Alerts. Allergy Information

    80. Kids With Food Allergies: Food Allergy Support | Allergy Free Recipes
    Nonprofit charity providing a forum for parents of children with severe food allergies and related problems. Includes recipes and international alerts.
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