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Learn to Manage Your Childs Allergies During Spring Allergy Season Millions of children suffer from seasonal allergies, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, and for most allergy sufferers, spring is the worst season, especially for kids who want to play outside the moment the weather gets warm. If parents notice their children exhibiting common allergy symptoms, such as sneezing, itchy throat and watery, red eyes, there are ways to lessen the impact of spring allergens without taking away their outdoor play time. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America offers these tips: Limit outdoor school and extracurricular activities, e.g., recess, little league in the morning when pollen counts are the highest Avoid playing on recently mowed lawns or going outside after a heavy rain or in the evening when mold spore counts are high Keep windows closed and if possible, use air conditioning during the warm weather to keep airborne allergens out of your home Talk to your physician about medications that are safe for children and wont cause cognitive impairment For more information, please visit www.allergy****
13 Mar 2007
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Report Stresses Need for Better Patient, Doctor and Food Service Staff Education A new report on fatalities from food induced anaphylaxis, which follows up an earlier study, suggests that little progress has been made in effectively preventing and treating food allergy reactions over the past five years. The findings support, alarmingly, earlier statistics showing that adolescents and young adults are at highest risk for fatalities. The need for more education on the part of the medical community and patients, more attention focused on reading labels and avoiding allergens, and the importance of carrying and using epinephrine are some of the major areas which need to be improved. The report, which appears in the April 2007 issue of the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology JACI looks at 31 individuals who died as a result of their food allergies. This report follows up one from 2001 in which 32 food induced fatalities were examined. These statistics are disturbing, says Anne Munoz Furlong, Founder and CEO of the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network FAAN, because they show we are not making the progress we hoped to in preventing food allergy related deaths or in protecting teens, the highest at risk group for fatal reactions. It is going to take more awareness and action to make a difference. The foods primarily responsible continue to be peanuts and tree nuts, such as walnuts, almonds and hazelnuts, but also include milk and shrimp. The most common food sources were restaurant or food service items with hidden allergens 46% and packaged food with undeclared allergens 27%. Desserts, particularly cookies and bakery items, and Chinese food such as egg rolls caused a significant number of the reactions. In 13% of cases, the food items were homemade. In addition, every individual, for whom there was information, had asthma. Most of the individuals were not carrying their self-injectable epinephrine, and some had never been prescribed this life saving drug. A June 2006 study entitled Risk Taking and Coping Strategies of Food Allergic Adolescents and Young Adults, also published in JACI, showed that adolescents often don't carry their epinephrine self injectors because they are self conscious about carrying something that makes them look different from their friends. The solution starts with better education of medical professionals at all levels. Physicians need to do a better job of diagnosing patients and providing adequate evaluation. They also need to redouble their efforts to emphasize the importance of allergen avoidance and carrying epinephrine at all times, reports the study co-author Allan Bock, M.D., an allergist in Colorado.
28 Mar 2007
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Food Allergies Mean Back-to-School Jitters for Millions of Students and Their Parents Life-Altering Epidemic Now Afflicts One in 25 Americans The incidence of food allergy has skyrocketed, doubling in the last 10 years, and scientists aren't sure why. More than 12 million Americans – one in 25 – are caught up in this life-altering epidemic. Among them are 2.2 million school-age children. For them, as well as for their parents, back-to-school is an especially anxious time. That's because food allergy is not the harmless, whimsical condition some people still seem to think it is. "Food allergy is serious, and it's life-threatening," says Anne Muñoz-Furlong, founder and CEO of the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN). "Just one bite of the wrong food can bring on anaphylaxis – a severe allergic reaction that can cause death. Even trace amounts can be enough to cause problems – sometimes just through skin contact, or from inhalation when food is being cooked." Food allergy is the leading cause of anaphylaxis outside the hospital setting in the U.S. and results in 150-200 deaths and more than 30,000 emergency room visits each year. There is no known cure; strict avoidance is the only way to prevent a reaction.
20 Aug 2007
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17 Sep 2007
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If you've been experiencing watery eyes and excessive sneezing, you're not alone. Allergy rates are on the rise in the U.S., with an estimated 50 million Americans suffering. One side effect – Americans are buying antihistamines to the tune of 3 billion dollars a year, often times without knowing which allergies are actually causing their symptoms. Doctors say in-vitro blood tests, the latest generation of allergy tests, can help take out the guess work out of diagnosing and treating allergies. Unlike the skin prick tests of the past, which can take an hour and a half to perform and require up to 150 injections, in-vitro tests, like the 3G allergy tests, require just one blood sample. Systems like the IMMULITE®2000 from Siemens are then able to test that sample for up to 420 specific allergens and allergy panels. Doctors say this testing method is more convenient, efficient and accurate, not to mention more comfortable for the patient. The tests can be performed in patients over the age of 3 months. Produced for Siemens
20 Sep 2007
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The truth about food allergy tests, food allergy diets, food allergy treatments and food allergy symptoms. How can functional medicine be used to treat food allergies? What is a food allergy? Food Allergies can cause rashes, hives, swelling and other symptoms.
23 Oct 2007
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Make indoor areas healthy with herbal allergy relief product Are you tired of fighting asthma and allergy misery? If so, there’s good news. Mite-NIX Natural Allergy Relief Spray instantly neutralizes the “protein allergens” that provoke: 1. dust allergies 2. pet allergies 3. dust mite allergies 4. asthma Indoor allergy attacks are caused by microscopic proteins They come from pets, outside insects, birds and rodents. They also come from dust mites – invisible creatures that float in dust and then invade your mattress, pillows, household fabrics and clothing. 1. They enter every home, even those without pets. 2. They are airborne, making their way into every indoor area. 3. No amount of cleaning can ever get rid of them all. Our Allergy Relief Spray “deconstructs” proteins allergens All the molecular parts are still there. But they are separated from each other and that makes them harmless. In seconds you and your children will get relief from: 1. painful headaches 2. runny nose 3. sneezing 4. coughing 5. wheezing 6. puffy, itchy eyes 7. skin rashes and irritation Make all your indoor areas allergy free Lightly mist with this NATURAL ALLERGY RELIEF SPRAY. Use it on mattresses, pillows, upholstered furniture, carpets and rugs, floor underlay and draperies. Also great for car upholstery and carpeting. Benefits last 30-60 days Safe to use even around babies Full Money-Back Guarantee if not satisfied!
17 Dec 2007
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Whether it's pollen, pets or peanuts, millions of us suffer from allergies. Here's some excellent treatment advice from leading ear, nose and throat expert and author Dr. Jordan Josephson.
18 Mar 2008
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Allergies are stopping you from making money online, and todays video shows you something I did where I made 100 bucks in 4 hours and what I had to do to make that money.
11 Apr 2008
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Side Effects May Vary Spoofing every allergy medicine out there the promises to cure your coughing, sneezing, aching headache, flu, stomach virus, back problems, chronic elbow and knee pain, sore throat, stuffy hear, ear infection, dry itchy red eyes, nasal congestion, cold sores, dry itchy skin, yeast infection, erectile dysfunction, and anal leakage. From "Fignuts" vol. 3 Collectible tee-shirts available! Featuring Mike Dunbar and Fabian Rush Written & Directed by Mike Dunbar Camera & Editor: D.J. Brouillard Filmed on location at Rockwood Park in Midlothian, Virginia, suburb of Richmond. a 2099 Films production
27 Mar 2009
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*******www.nomoreallergyforme**** shows how you too may get rid of your allergies forever without drugs, vaccines and even doctors. That's right, natural cure for your allergies like I and thousands of others have done.
19 May 2008
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*******www.nomoreallergyforme**** Allergies can be cured forever. Learn about EPD, developed by Dr. Len McEwen in Europe. I discovered this one after I had already started another allergy treatment that worked for me.
21 Oct 2009
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*******www.nomoreallergyforme**** - You can cure your allergies forever, without having to avoid the allergens for your entire life. Dr. Shah is doing some amazing things with his homeopathic treatments.
16 May 2008
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This spring, allergy sufferers have a new treatment option with OMNARIS – a prescription nasal spray now available at pharmacies nationwide – for the treatment of seasonal nasal allergies in adults and children 6 years of age and older, and year-round nasal allergies in adults and adolescents 12 years of age and older. For more information on this story please visit Newsinfusion****: *******newsinfusion****/video_details.php?videoId=169
22 May 2008
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AAIA produced these short clips to raise awareness on the effects of asthma and seasonal allergies. Please share them with your friends.
18 Jun 2008
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L'Association d'information sur l'allergie et l'asthme (AIAA) a produit deux courts métrages visant à sensibiliser les gens sur les répercussions que l'asthme et les allergies saisonnières peuvent avoir sur la qualité de vie. Voir pour participer au concours! Les allergies saisonnières, ou rhume des foins, sont généralement déclenchées par le pollen des arbres au début du printemps. Elles se prolongent ensuite avec l'apparition des graminées lors de l'arrivée de l'été, puis des mauvaises herbes en été et en automne. En automne, c'est surtout l'herbe à poux qui est à blâmer et qui prolifère particulièrement plus on descend vers le sud, dans le Canada central. Signalons que l'inhalation d'allergènes comme le pollen peut provoquer des réactions allergiques dans les parois sensibles du nez et causer de l'inflammation le long des conduits respiratoires. Voir pour plus d'information.
19 Jun 2008
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