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Hold the Phone – Prolonged Cell Use Can Trigger Allergic Reactions

Chatting endlessly on your cell phone can lead to an allergic reaction to the nickel in your phone, according to allergists at the annual scientific meeting of the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. From cosmetics to jewelry, body piercings to tattoos, allergies can lurk in unlikely places, allergists say.

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Spring into Spring Symptom Free!

While most people gratefully welcome the longer days and warmer weather of spring, people with hay fever often dread the itchy eyes, runny nose, and sneezing that comes with the season’s pollens and mold spores.

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Spring Cleaning

Spring is here, and it’s time for spring cleaning! For allergy and asthma fighters, a thorough cleaning can help control symptoms. Making changes to your indoor environment can take some time and effort. However, these changes will produce an indoor environment that is less allergenic, easier to clean, and healthier for the whole family.

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Make Your Skin Happy!

Atopic dermatitis, also called atopic eczema, is a common chronic skin disease. People with atopic dermatitis tend to have dry, itchy, easily irritated skin. Many things can make the itch and rash of atopic dermatitis worse.

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Holiday Celebrations Can Cause More Than a Hangover

Some people end up with more than a headache following a holiday party. For many Americans, ingredients in both food and beverages can trigger allergy and asthma symptoms.

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Winter Sniffles

Molds are part of the natural environment. Outdoors, molds play a part in nature by breaking down dead organic matter, such as fallen leaves and dead trees. But indoors, mold growth should be avoided.

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Study Finds Children with Food Allergies Are Often Victims of Bullying

Approximately 35 percent of children with food allergies over the age of five reported experiencing bullying, teasing, or harassment because of their allergies.

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Allergies Lurk Year-Round

Allergies are typically associated with pollen and the outdoors. But as cold temperatures drive us indoors each winter, many Americans find they are allergic to conditions inside their own homes.

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