Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Triggers

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Common allergy triggers include pollen, ragweed, mold, pet dander and dust mites, and that's not including people with food allergies. Trigger avoidance is one of the most effective forms of treatment, but it can be difficult to do. Minimizing your triggers as much as possible is important to living well with allergies.

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Thousands of fragrances have invaded our air space and become a part of our daily routine. But some people with respiratory problems might say that their homes and work places have turned into virtual gas chambers.   Fragrances are not limited to perfumes and colognes, and can be found in the follwing places: Hair spray, bar soap, body and…

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Kathi MacNaughton, Health Pro, posted Eosinophilic Esophagitis - A New Type… There is a new type of food allergy that people who have asthma and nasal…

03/01/15

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Kathi MacNaughton, Health Pro, commented on Rhinitis: Fragrances And What You Can… Lisa... You've posed some great questions here, and I am going to defer to…

02/19/15

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James Thompson, MD, Health Pro, answered Why do I have the smell of " bleach"… Hi Cozmo, There are several different possible explanations for your…

02/07/15

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Kathi MacNaughton, Health Pro, commented on Nasal allergies keeps me awake and I… Hi Louise... Some people find that taking their daily antihistamine…

12/01/14

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