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  1. Allergy Cooking with Ease: The No Wheat, Milk, Eggs, Corn, and Soy Cookbook by Nicolette, M. Dumke, 2006-12-15
  2. Food Allergies Made Simple: The Complete Manual for Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of Food Allergies by Phylis Austin, Agatha Thrash, et all 1985-10-01
  3. Food Hypersensitivity: Diagnosing and Managing Food Allergies and Intolerance
  4. The Allergy-Free Cookbook: More than 150 Delicious Recipes for a Happy and Healthy Diet by Eileen Rhude Yoder, 2009-03-03
  5. Allergy Relief and Prevention: A Doctor's Complete Guide to Treatment and Self-Care by M.D. Jacqueline Krohn, M.A. Frances Taylor, et all 2000-12-28
  6. Allergens and Allergen Immunotherapy (Clinical Allergy and Immunology) by Samuel C. Bukantz, 2004-03-01
  7. The American Institute of Homeopathy Handbook for Parents: A Guide to Healthy Treatment for Everything from Colds and Allergies to ADHD, Obesity, and Depression by Edward Shalts M.D.D.Ht., 2005-10-06
  8. Allergies and Asthma for Dummies by William Berger, 2000-04
  9. Cooking Well: Wheat Allergies: The Complete Health Guide for Gluten-Free Nutrition, Includes Over 145 Delicious Gluten-Free Recipes by Marie-Annick Courtier, 2009-10-27
  10. Allergy Frontiers:Therapy and Prevention
  11. Allergy & Candida Cooking Made Easy by Sondra K. Lewis, Lonnett D. Blakley, et all 1996-11
  12. Quantitative Skin Testing for Allergy: IDT and MQT
  13. Food Allergy: Adverse Reactions to Foods and Food Additives
  14. Allergy: The History of a Modern Malady by Mark Jackson, 2007-08-15

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83. Allergies
Overview of allergy, and how to treat it in a natural way. allergies. Millions of people around the world suffer from allergies and its resultant symptoms.




Almost all complaints of allergies by patients to their doctors contain the following symptoms: Most symptoms seem to be respiratory or nasal in provenance and mostly of the type associated with a head cold or reactions such as hay fever – these may include watery eyes, a running nose and uncontrollable sneezing, other problems such as those that have to do with the sinuses and things like headaches manifested in a pain in the forehead. There could be shortness in breath and wheezing-especially during exhalation and things like tightness in the chest, and a hard time exhaling properly. Though a variety of other conditions may cause these, they are in fact the typical symptoms of asthma . Though there is not always a connection between asthma and allergy. Other symptoms of allergy are very itchy hives or rashes , and other irritations of the skin. One of the first things the person will suspect will be a food allergy or skin sensitivity to a chemical substance, perhaps something as common as suntan lotion. Other symptoms may be internal and include diarrhea , chronic indigestion , and sudden feelings of nausea . The first suspicion of the patient is usually some form of food allergy. Symptoms may include headache, irritability, and physical

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  • 85. Allergies
    allergies and allergy related illness such as asthma and eczema have risen drastically in the last century in both the industrialized and developing world,

    86. Allergies - Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment Of Allergies - NY Times Health Inform
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    87. Allergy Basics - Allergy Center -
    Do you think you re suffering from allergies? Learn what can cause them and get tips for keeping your allergies under control.

    88. Allergies: News & Videos About Allergies -
    It's tough enough having to avoid products with peanuts and other ingredients as a kid with severe food allergies. It's tougher when someone at school waves a granola bar in

    89. Allergies Symptoms, Tests, Diagnosis, Causes & Treatments At
    Find indepth medical information on diseases and conditions, including allergies tests, diagnosis, types, symptoms, causes, risk factors, treatments and prevention at
    Allergies are very common and they affect about 20% of the population. When the body's immune system reacts to a normal, harmless substance (like pollen, for example) by creating an antigen to fight it, that's an allergy.
    There are many kinds of allergies that fall within four specific groups:
    • Type I : Immediate or anaphylactic reaction allergies are the types of allergies that cause an immediate reaction, typically in the mucous membranes or skin. This includes things like hay fever, food allergies, pet danger allergies and medication allergies. Any allergy that causes a fast reaction, whether it's sneezing, scratching or even a severe reaction like anaphylactic shock falls into this group. Type I allergies are the most common of all the allergies. Type II : These allergies are called cytotoxic, and are very rare. This type of allergy occurs when the body attacks its own damaged cells. This includes reactions to things like blood transfusions and myasthenia gravis. Type III : Immune complex allergies occur when something in the blood that's not usually there causes symptoms. Allergic reactions to a medication fall into this category.

    90. Food Allergy Survivors Together (FAST)
    Support for people world-wide with food allergies in the family. Chat and recipes.
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    Imagine reading a book about food allergies where no one is trying to sell you something, tell you about a cure, or give you hundreds of recipes you can't use. Refreshing, right? FAST has two such publications. The Handbook is written by the founder, and the Journal is a collaborative effort by FAST members . Both are uplifting and informative, buteven more importantlyloads of fun (especially the Journal , complete with jokes and cartoons!). The

    91. Allergy Relief, Symptoms And Treatment : Doctor-Reviewed Information At Healthli
    Almost everyone has allergies but of course no one wants them. allergies run the gamut from minor annoyances to life threatening emergencies.
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    What You Need to Know
    Almost everyone has allergies but of course no one wants them. Allergies run the gamut from minor annoyances to life threatening emergencies. But allergies all have one thing in common - they are the body's immune system overreacting to allergens - things that aren't a problem to most people most of the time. Our immune system detects irritants, toxins and potentially infectious agents and works to protect us from them. With allergies, something the body has been exposed to triggers an inflammatory response. What happens within the body when sensitivity to an allergen has developed is quite complex. The bone marrow releases eosinophils, and many other cell types from the immune system are thrown into overdrive, creating an inflammatory cascade. The treatment of allergies is geared toward the management of symptoms by mediating the inflammatory response triggered by exposure to an allergen. Scientific breakthroughs concerning the immune system and the inflammatory response have helped bring to market many new drugs, bringing relief to millions of people around the world.

    92. Discovery Health "Allergies - Medical Dictionary"
    allergies are exaggerated immune responses or reactions to generally harmless substances. Learn about allergy causes, symptoms, tests, treatment and prevention.
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      An allergy is an exaggerated immune response or reaction to substances that are generally not harmful. See also: Images: Allergic reactions Allergy symptoms Histamine is released Introduction to allergy treatment Hives (urticaria) on the arm Hives (urticaria) on the chest Hives (urticaria) - close-up Hives (urticaria) on the trunk Allergies Antibodies
      Causes, incidence, and risk factors
      Allergies are relatively common. Both genetics and environmental factors play a role. Allergy is caused by an oversensitive immune system, which leads to a misdirected immune response. The immune system normally protects the body against harmful substances, such as bacteria and viruses. It reacts to substances ( allergens ) that are generally harmless and in most people do not cause a problem. But in a person with allergies, the immune response is oversensitive. When it recognizes an allergen, it releases chemicals, such as histamines. This causes

    93. FASTSTATS - Allergies And Hay Fever
    Oct 25, 2010 allergies and Hay Fever. (Data are for the U.S.) Care Survey 2006 Summary; Search Tables for allergies in Health Data Interactive

    94. Food Allergy Survival Guide
    Personal page describing information learned from having a child anaphylactic to milk and eggs.

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  • 95. Food Allergies - Ask The Dietitian®
    Ask the Dietitian about an allergy nutrition therapy that can help you avoid foods that cause symptoms. Do you have food allergies to peanut, egg, milk,
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  • Where can I find a dietitian who works with people who have food allergies?
    The Medical Nutrition and Nutrition Entrepreneurs dietetic practice groups of the American Dietetic Association provide medical nutrition therapy based on your diagnosis. Dietitians often have their own private practice nutrition counseling services in addition to services provided in a clinic or hospital. You can find a dietitian at the American Dietetic Association . Include your zip code or city / state, the type of service you want (individual consultation) and expertise in food allergies / intolerances.
    I am trying to locate information on multiple chemical sensitivity. How can I find out if there are any doctors in the Portland, Oregon area who know anything about it? Thank you.

    96. Food Allergy Symptoms | Living With Food Allergies
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    Food can affect both children and adults alike in a surprising variety of ways. Food allergy symptoms can include rashes to dark circles under the eyes to stomach pain or nausea - even hyperactivity. The problems you are experiencing may be your body telling you that you are suffering from a food allergy or intolerance. Recognizing a food allergy can significantly change your health and life for the better. Detection and avoidance of these specific foods will leave you feeling healthy and ready to take on the world. If you suspect your body is reacting to milk, peanuts or any other food, make an appointment with your primary care physician to discuss the possibility. After all, food allergies can be serious, if not life threatening to some. Allergic to Peanuts? Look out for Lupin Lupin is a decorative flowering plant, and is often seen in European gardens. Through genetic manipulation, Sweet Lupin has been introduced and is used in baking and also is used to replace soya in many cases.

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    98. Scientific American: Allergies
    Find the latest allergies articles, news, and information from the biology experts at Scientific American.

    99. Food Allergy | Food Allergies For Dummies | Dr. Robert Wood
    From the authors of Food allergies For Dummies, this weblog offers practical information on the diagnosis and treatment of food allergies.
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    Welcome to the official Food Allergies For Dummies website. We created this site to give people a place where they could sample the contents of the book and find out a little more about its authors. Here, you will find a brief description of the book, the complete table of contents, a sample chapter (on working with your doctor to arrive at an accurate diagnosis), information about us, a convenient online glossary of common food allergy related terms, a collection of articles, and contact information, so you can get in touch with us. Although we created this website primarily to promote Food Allergies For Dummies , we also offer some additional content, which you can find by clicking the Articles link in the navigation bar on the left. Some of the articles that appear here are pieces that we wrote for other publications, including food allergy newsletters. As we write more articles, we will add them to the article section, so be sure to drop in occasionally to check out what's new. We hope you enjoy the website and love the book!

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