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Are Students With Asthma and Allergies Ready to Self-Medicate? PDF Print E-mail
Thanks to new state laws, many children head off to school this year with lifesaving inhalers and auto-injectable epinephrine tucked inside backpacks and purses not locked away in school nurse or administrator offices.
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Allergic Rhinitis Associated With Impaired Sleep Quality PDF Print E-mail
Patients with allergic rhinitis, such as that caused by hay fever and other allergies, have more difficulty sleeping and more sleep disorders than those without allergies, according to a report in the September 18, 2006 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine, a theme issue on sleep.
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Greenville SC Named Top Fall Allergy Capital 2006 PDF Print E-mail
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) warns that seasonal allergies in the fall can cause problems for millions of people. The Foundation's annual Fall Allergy Capital rankings - the most challenging places to live for people with fall allergies - and Greenville, SC, ranks as the worst this year.
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Food Safety Strategies Can Save Lives PDF Print E-mail
By adhering to food safety strategies, people with food allergy and those cooking for food-allergic individuals can achieve a safe, enjoyable dining experience.
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Why Celiac Disease Develops PDF Print E-mail
Two separate research studies published in the September 2004 issue of Immunity provide significant new details about why immune cells attack the body's own healthy tissues in response to a harmless substance that the immune system mistakenly perceives as a threat. The results are likely to further research efforts designed to combat and hopefully prevent autoimmune disorders like celiac disease.
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Children Playing Sports Unprepared for Asthma Attacks PDF Print E-mail
More than three-fourths of children with asthma were unprepared for an exercise-induced bronchospasm event, or asthma attack, according to a recent study.
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