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  1. The Anti-Inflammation Diet and Recipe Book: Protect Yourself and Your Family from Heart Disease, Arthritis, Diabetes, Allergies - and More by N.D. Jessica K. Black, 2006-08-29
  2. Goodbye Allergies by Tom R. Blaine, 2000-01
  3. The Food Intolerance Bible: A Nutritionist's Plan to Beat Food Cravings, Fatigue, Mood Swings, Bloating, Headaches, IBS and Deal with Food Allergies by Antony J. Haynes, Antoinette Savill, 2008-04
  4. Clinical Allergy: Diagnosis and Management (Current Clinical Practice) by Gerald W. Volcheck, 2008-10-20
  5. Curing Allergies with Visual Imagery by Dr. William Lowe Mundy, 1997-01-01
  6. The Allergy Discovery Diet by John Postley, 1990-01-01
  7. Tracking Down Hidden Food Allergy by William G. Crook, 1980-06
  8. Where Could Your Allergy Be Hiding? by Doreen Goolsbey, 2009-11-06
  9. No More Allergies: Identifying and Eliminating Allergies and Sensitivity Reactions to Everything in Your Environment (The Gary Null Natural Health Library) by Gary Null Ph.D., 1992-11-03
  10. Allergy Tales: A Birthday Party by Carey S Shoemaker, 2009-10-01
  11. Overcoming Allergies: Home Remedies * Elimination and Rotation Diets * Complementary Therapies by Dr. Christina Scott-Moncrieff, 2002-03-28
  12. Allergy Free Naturally: 1,000 Nondrug Solutions For More Than 50 Allergy-related Problems by Rick Ansorge, Eric Metcalf, 2004-03
  13. Food Allergies: The Complete Guide to Understanding and Relieving Your Food Allergies by William E. Walsh, 2000-09-15
  14. Allergies (My Health Series) by Alvin Silverstein, Virginia Silverstein, et all 2000-03

121. Les Allergies: Un Boom?
Passeport Sant pr sente son dossier sur les maladies.
http://www.passeportsante.net/fr/Actualites/Dossiers/DossierComplexe.aspx?doc=al

122. HON Allergy Glossary Allergy
From the Health On the Net Foundation.
http://www.hon.ch/Library/Theme/Allergy/Glossary/allergy.html
Allergy : A B C ... W X Y Z Pollen Calendar
This glossary is intended to help you find as much information as possible on allergies. It contains common most appellations as well as medical terms. You can use the alphabetical index above to find the word you are looking for. More on this topic Relevant sites from
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Allergic Disease, Allergic Disorders, Allergic Illness Viennese paediatrician Baron Clemens von Pirquet coined the term "allergy" (from the Greek "allos" meaning changed or altered state and "ergon" meaning reaction or reactivity) in 1906 [ ]. Von Pirquet used the term to describe an altered reaction he had observed in patients, which he put down to the influence of external factors, an allergen , on the immune system. Allergies are hypersensitivity reactions of the immune system to specific substances called allergens (such as pollen stings drugs , or food ) that, in most people, result in no

123. Allergy Cures And Remedies, Allergy Remedies, Allergies
Brief information on some helpful cures, remedies and tips for allergy sufferers.
http://www.webterrace.com/allergy/index.htm
Allergies is a medical condition where a person has a hypersensitive reaction of the body tissues to certain substances that in other people in similar amounts would cause no effect whatsoever. Allergens (substances which causes allergies) can be:
  • Airborne substances like pollen, dust, smoke Infectious agents like bacteria, fungi, parasites Foods can cause allergic reactions Contactants, like poison ivy, chemicals, dyes Physical agents like light, heat, cold.
A person can be allergic to just about anything. Dust, food, medications, pollutants, pets, pollen, insect stings, stress you name it. Here are some techniques for relief from anything from hay fever to asthma. Please note the following is intended for your reference only, not as a medical manual. While the information is based on material provided by various researchers, it does not presume to give medical advice. Be sure to consult your physician before beginning any therapeutic program. Click on the remedies section of this site for helpful cures to your allergies. The link section has a large collection of links to many interesting websites. If you have any questions about this website, please feel free to email us by clicking the link at the top of this page.

124. Latex Allergy -- Familydoctor.org
An explanation as to what latex is and about the allergy. Reactions, who is at risk, the connection between latex and food and what to do if you think you have this allergy.
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What is latex?
Natural rubber latex comes from a liquid in tropical rubber trees. This liquid is processed to make many of the following rubber products used at home and at work:
  • Balloons Dishwashing gloves Waistbands on clothing Rubber toys Pacifiers and baby-bottle nipples Rubber bands Adhesive tape and bandages Diapers and sanitary pads Condoms
In addition, many medical and dental supplies contain latex, including gloves, blood pressure cuffs, urinary catheters, dental dams and material used to fill root canals, as well as tourniquets and equipment for resuscitation. Non-latex substitutes can be found for all of these latex-containing items.
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125. World Allergy Organization
Global Allergy Information Network (GAIN) is a source of allergy information worldwide for medical professionals and consumers.
http://www.worldallergy.org
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Sublingual Immunotherapy: World Allergy Organization Position Paper 2009 World Allergy Organization Journal Full Text American Academy of Allergy and Immunology (AAAAI) 2010 PRIMER ON ALLERGIC AND IMMUNOLOGIC DISEASES
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
Volume 125, Issue 2, Supplement 2
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126. Pollenguard
Allergy immunotherapy, diagnostic supplies, sublingual immunotherapy, electronic prescription ordering of allergy serums and environmental control products.
http://www.westernallergy.com/
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127. Treatment Of Asthma And Allergies By Board Certified Allergists, Serving Miami-D
Offers information for patients and professionals.
http://www.allergyweb.com/
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Asthma and Allergy Associates of Florida, founded by Dr. Morris Beck in 1979, has attracted some of the best physicians in the field. It has grown to a full-service network of allergists with offices throughout Miami, Broward and Palm Beach. This achievement is a result of our deep respect and commitment to our patients. All of our physicians are specially trained in the field of Allergy/Immunology. Many of them lecture to their peers on the subject and have been listed among the top doctors in South Florida and the nation. We are proud to be The Allergy Group. An allergist/immunologist is a physician specially trained to manage and treat allergies and asthma. After medical school, they must do three years of training in internal medicine or pediatrics. Then they must complete a two-year fellowship in the specialty of Allergy/Immunology before being eligible for certification. Allergist/immunologists who are listed as ABAI-certified have passed the certifying examination of the American Board of Allergy and Immunology (ABAI). Allergist/immunologists are trained in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of immune system problems such as allergies, asthma, and certain immune deficiency disorders. A major focus of the specialty is working to eliminate the causes of allergic symptoms, namely decreasing allergic inflammation. This is done by working with the patient to discover the triggers of their allergy, help teach avoidance measures, and often using allergen immunotherapy (allergy shots) to decrease the allergic response. An allergist/immunologist also has expertise when it comes to all the latest medications used to treat allergy and asthma.

128. Allallergy.net: Allergy Information Symptoms Medication Products Treatment Relie
Provides information on symptoms, medication, and treatment.
http://www.allallergy.net/
Your Gateway to All Asthma, Allergy and Intolerance Information on the Web
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Organizations Overview Prof. Allergy Non-Profit Professional ... Lists Publications Overview Books Bookstores Newsletters ... News Events Overview Meetings Training Programs ... Awards Products Overview All Products Product ... Warnings Databases Overview Allergens Allergen List Preservatives ... Other Contact Overview Submissions Corrections Advertising ... Contacts Search Overview Our Site Medline General Web For Health Professionals: Monthly Contents List of Allergy and Dietetic-related Journals View View Daily News Tell a Friend! Allergy Related News Send an Email Message. List of Keywords for Articles Physiology What is Allergy? General Topics Anaphylaxis ... Aerobiology Everything intolerance allergy , and hypersensitivity sufferers and health-care professionals need to know about this complex and rapidly-developing field is now within a few clicks of a mouse Articles Organizations Events Products Allergen Database All Allergy specialists in food allergy information symptoms medication products treatment relief, allergies to food, latex, dog, cat, peanut, mold, milk, skin, testing, eye, asthma, seasonal, shot, gluten, dust mite, pollen

129. Parenting A Child With A Food Allergy
A personal web log.
http://childfoodallergy.com
Parenting a Child with a Food Allergy
Welcome to the web log dedicated to Parents with children who have Food Allergies
August 14, 2010
Remember to check out FAAN for your back-to-school needs
Just a reminder, FAAN has great resources available free of charge to help with getting your child back to school safely. Definitely check out this site, whether your new to food allergies or have been dealing with them for years! Posted on August 14, 2010 8:54 AM Permalink Comments (0)
August 13, 2010
Having difficulty contacting your child's teacher?
Parents who have dealt with their child's food allergies during the back-to-school frenzy may know all too well the feeling of being lost in the shuffle. During the weeks before school starts, teachers are incredibly busy readying their classrooms, attending meetings, and getting everything in order. The office staff is busy fielding questions about everything from what time school starts to parents wanting to change their child's teacher. It is little surprise that trying to contact the appropriate staff to discuss your child's food allergies can prove to be a daunting task. With food allergies being so prevalent among children and with its awareness at an all time high, hopefully most schools have at least a generic food allergy management plan in place. Even so, most parents will want to speak with their child's teacher before the first day of school, just to review their child's specific needs.

130. Allergy Symptoms: Ask A Nurse And Interactive Blog
An allergy nurse answers questions and provides patient-education material from a nursing perspective, and offers a discussion group for allied health or technicians in this field.
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During my years as an allergy nurse, I was asked about allergy symptoms every day. Explaining the prescribed treatment was part of my job. Helping patients find allergy relief is very rewarding.

131. Home | Middle Ear Disease And Allergy
Presents evidence that supports the theory that persistent fluid in a child or adult s, middle ear is the result of allergy and not infection.
http://www.earallergy.com/
Introduction
This Site presents the evidence that allergy causes persistent middle ear fluid in a child (or adult) and that chronic otitis media is usually the result of allergy and not infection. It is designed to tell parents and physicians how they can learn if allergy is responsible for their child's ear disease - and what to do about it. Under the page "Office Information" is more detailed information on making appointments and our staff. I will share with you how we now successfully manage chronic middle ear disease. We will look at why some children continually get chronic ear infections (chronic otitis media) with its persistent fluid or effusion (OME), the role of tubes, adenoids, chiropractors, and the effect of hearing loss on children. We will try to explain in lay terms (and scientifically for physicians) how allergy can be responsible for chronic ear disease. We will examine the interrelation of allergy to ear disease, asthma, sinusitis, and smoking. We will provide guidelines for the use of antibiotics and counsel frustrated parents as to what to do to stop the vicious cycle of recurrent middle ear disease and effusion. Most parents will find a case history which matches their own situation for toddlers or school age children - and learn where to seek help. Due to the volume of E-mail I have been receiving I cannot keep up with individual replies. Therefore, before sending me a note, please re-read the web pages, especially the "Comments to parents" pages, as I have tried to answer most questions that have come to me.

132. PeanutAllergyUK :: Index
Discussion forum for peanut allergy sufferers in the United Kingdom.
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133. Food Allergy - MayoClinic.com
A description of symptoms, causes and risk factors.
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/food-allergy/DS00082

134. How To Live With An Allergy To Soy | EHow.com
Advice, tips, and warnings.
http://www.ehow.com/how_3966_live-with-allergy.html
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By an eHow Contributor I want to do this! What's This? Soy allergy is a fairly common food allergy, but different soy products may vary in their ability to cause an allergic reaction. Fermented soy, such as tempeh, will usually cause less of a reaction than raw soybeans. From Essentials: It Must Be Something I Ate

135. Soy Allergy
Includes symptoms and cross-reactivity.
http://www.soya.be/soy-allergy.php
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Soybean oil allergy
The consumption of soybean oil, which only contains traces of soy proteins, does normally not produce allergic reactions. The European food legislation does not consider refined soybean oil as an allergen. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) evaluated 2 clinical studies and concluded that is very unlikely that the consumption of fully refined soybean oil will trigger a severe allergic reaction, even in susceptible individuals.
Symptoms of soy allergy
The reported symptoms of soy allergy include: acne, angioedema, rhinitis, anaphylaxis, asthma, atopic dermatitis, bronchospasm, colitis, conjunctivitis, diarrhea, diffuse small bowel disease, dyspnea, eczema, enterocolitis, fever, hypotension, itching, laryngeal edema, lethargy, pollinosis, urticaria, vomiting, and wheezing. If you suspect that you or your child may have soy allergy, you can conduct your own tests by completely eliminating soy for a several days. Then try just one soy product to see if it causes adverse reactions. Keep in mind that intolerance reactions can occur as long as 48 hours after ingestion of an offending substance. People with soy allergy may also cross react to certain foods, such as peanuts, green peas, chick peas, lima beans, string beans, wheat, rye and barley.

136. Articles- Milk Allergy
Overview, treatments, diet, food labeling, and products to avoid.
http://www.calgaryallergy.ca/Articles/English/milkallergyhp.htm
ARTICLES MILK ALLERGY by Antony Ham Pong, MBBS
Dr. Ham-Pong is lecturer, Department of Pediatrics, University of Ottawa; consultant, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario; private practitioner.

Cow's milk allergy is very common and usually disappears by age two to three years, but may occasionally be lifelong. Children who are milk allergic will often refuse to take milk when given to them. Rashes, hives, vomiting or diarrhea are the most likely symptoms. Milk allergic people react to the milk protein, and not the milk sugar (lactose). There are many hidden sources of cow's milk protein. Three quarters of children with food allergies and eczema develop asthma and environmental allergies. This is called the 'allergic march'. First eczema beginning at age 6 weeks to 3 months, then food allergies, then asthma usually before age 5 years, then environmental allergies. The most common food allergies in young children are milk, eggs and peanut. What can happen during an allergic reaction?

137. Educational Review December
Clinical case study of a milk allergy diagnosis, including classifications of milk allergen reactions.
http://allergyadvisor.com/Educational/December.htm
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A. Case study

When the girl was 14 months old, the mother consulted with a dietitian. The dietitian requested the patient's file from the doctor. After examining the doctor's notes and doing a thorough clinical history, the dietitian felt that the child might have an adverse reaction to cow's milk despite negative serum IgE. She decided to investigate the case further. When the doctor was queried about his suspicion of Munchausen syndrome by proxy, he stated that it was a mere possibility, but probably not the case. He said that the disease is very difficult to diagnose and that he did not want to spend much time on investigation. It did not seem as if the child were in any danger (i.e., her symptoms were not life-threatening and she was still gaining sufficient weight). Also, the symptoms were most probably caused by toddler's diarrhoea, a common problem in children of this age. It was established that the girl was exclusively breastfed until the age of 6 months, after which solids were gradually introduced into her diet. Wheat was included at 9 months without any adverse reactions. There were no reports of diarrhoea prior to her first birthday, when the mother introduced fish and cow's milk. She was not meticulous about possible traces of peanut and soya in the foods that she was giving her daughter. The mother was advised by her doctor not to introduce egg before the age of 2 years, as it could result in an allergy to egg.

138. Tripod | Error
A listing of latex allergy-related sites, with links to articles, a message board, and a guestbook.
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139. EFA>Home
An alliance of 27 organizations in 14 different countries across Europe. Information on aspects of asthma and allergy.
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    Welcome to the website of the European Federation of Allergy and Airways Diseases Patients Associations (EFA).
    There are over 100 million people with asthma, allergy and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in Europe. EFA is a European network of patient organizations that was founded in 1991, prompted by the belief that an international organization formed by European patients associations that share the same aims would be a more effective way to serve the needs and safeguard the rights of patients and their carers. We hope you enjoy surfing this site and we look forward to hearing from you!

    140. Hispanic American Allergy Immunology Association
    A bilingual (English and Spanish) educational source for patients and physicians on allergy, asthma and immunology.
    http://www.haama.org

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