Archive for Health

  • January 13, 2018

    What Should You Know About Latex Allergy?

    Latex is a natural substance found in many products including rubber gloves, condoms, and medical devices. In some people, products containing latex may trigger an allergic reaction. Although it is still not clear what latex allergy is caused by, some doctors believe that frequent contacts with latex and rubber may...

  • January 10, 2018

    Alcohol Allergy and Alcohol Intolerance: What Is Causing Your Symptoms?

    Many of us like to have a glass of wine or a bottle of beer after a long day at work. However, some of us are at risk of developing unwanted symptoms after drinking alcohol. Those may be hives, nausea, or wheezing. This would likely make you wonder whether you...

  • January 9, 2018

    Can You Cure Multiple Food Allergies in Kids?

    A recent research study has shown promising results concerning the treatment of multiple food allergies in kids.     About 30 percent of people that have food allergies are allergic to multiple foods, which, according to experts, increases the risk of exposure to a trigger. This also results in a...

  • December 27, 2017

    Seasonal Allergies: Which Winter Allergy Triggers Are There?

      For some people with allergies, wintertime may mean a long-awaited break in a struggle with annoying allergy symptoms. The weather gets colder, and many outdoor allergens temporarily disappear. However, if you are allergic to some indoor triggers like dust mites, pet dander or mold, your exposure to them nay...

  • December 26, 2017

    What Are the Most Common Food Allergy Triggers?

      Sometimes, certain foods may cause reactions in your body leading to some annoying and irritating symptoms. For instance, hot and spicy foods may trigger a runny nose, while beans may cause bloating and gas. Many people also have headaches after drinking wine. Eating cheese or other milk products may...

  • December 25, 2017

    What Is the Difference Between Food Allergy and Food Intolerance?

      Certain foods may cause some kind of an unpleasant reaction in some people. However, it’s not always necessarily an allergic reaction. In many of these cases, people experience the symptoms of a food intolerance, which are quite similar to those of a food allergy but less serious. So how...

  • December 22, 2017

    Allergy in Kids: How Can You Control Allergies at School?

      In the United States, up to 4 children out of 10 have seasonal allergies. Besides, estimated 6 percent of infants under the age of 3 are allergic to certain foods. Allergies can greatly affect your child’s well-being and productivity while in school, and he also may miss some important...

  • December 21, 2017

    Antihistamines and Decongestants to Treat Allergy Symptoms

    Medications that are commonly used for the treatment of allergic symptoms do not actually cure your allergy. However, they can really help to alleviate the symptoms like a runny or congested nose.   How Do Antihistamines Work?   An allergic reaction in your body is caused by the release of...

  • December 20, 2017

    How to Deal with Allergy Symptoms When Traveling?

      Allergies can greatly interfere with your quality of life, and they cause even more discomfort when you are travelling. You might have regular business trips, or you just go to visit your grandparents once in a while. Whatever your reason for travelling is, you need to plan ahead and...

  • December 18, 2017

    Peanut Allergy: Is It Possible to Prevent It?

      There are two good pieces of news for those who suffer from peanut allergy. First, the new drug has been developed that could potentially prevent allergy symptoms. Second, researchers have found that peanut intolerance occurs after birth, which means it may be prevented in the first place. Scientists and...

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