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Time Allergy and Asthma Medications for Best Effect PDF Print E-mail
Allergy and asthma sufferers can maximize the benefit of their medications by taking advantage of their bodies' natural circadian rhythms, according to Richard Martin, M.D., Professor of Medicine at National Jewish Medical and Research Center.
Tips For Reducing Indoor Allergens PDF Print E-mail
For people who suffer from indoor allergies, staying indoors may make them just as miserable as outdoor airborne allergens. The best way to deal with indoor allergens is to eliminate as many as possible.
Airborne Mold Spores Increase Kids' Risk for Multiple Allergies PDF Print E-mail
University of Cincinnati (UC) researchers say exposure to a certain group of fungal spores -- abundant in the air that we breathe every day -- can make young children more susceptible to developing multiple allergies later in life.
The Prevalence of Celiac Disease PDF Print E-mail
Although serious conditions ranging from diabetes, anemia, short stature, infertility, Down Syndrome and diarrhea can all be associated with celiac disease, few people in the U.S. have heard of it. A new, multi-center study led by the University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research in Baltimore finds that celiac disease is much more common in this country than previously thought.
Air Pollution May Significantly Worsen Respiratory Allergies PDF Print E-mail
As if the sneezing and watery eyes were not bad enough, California researchers have found that airborne components of diesel engine exhaust significantly worsen allergy symptoms in people with a certain genetic makeup.
Treatment for Allergy Symptoms PDF Print E-mail
Doctors use three general approaches to helping people with allergies: advise them on ways to avoid the allergen as much as possible, prescribe medication to relieve symptoms, and give a series of allergy shots. Although there is no cure for allergies, one of these strategies or a combination of them can provide varying degrees of relief from allergy symptoms.
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