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Dec

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What Triggers Sinusitis?

Sinusitis is an inflammation or swelling of the tissue lining the sinuses, the hollow spaces within the bones behind your cheekbones, in your forehead, and between your eyes. The sinuses make mucus. When they are healthy, they are filled with air. When sinuses are blocked, they f...

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06

Dec

Main Symptoms of Sinusitis

Sinusitis is an inflammation or swelling of the tissue lining the sinuses, which are hollow spaces within the bones between your eyes, behind your cheekbones, and in your forehead. They make mucus to keep the inside of your nose moist, which helps protect against dust, allergens...

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06

Dec

What Are Common Allergy Disorders?

Allergies are how your immune system responds to a substance in your environment. It can be considered an overreaction to something that, to most other people, is harmless. This includes environmental allergies such as pollen and dust, food allergies, and allergies to medications...

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Dec

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Could You Have a Food Allergy?

Food allergies can be tricky. Some people know the foods that trigger a reaction because their symptoms happen immediately, while others may not react for hours. This lapse in time can make pinpointing the problematic food difficult. If you suspect that you suffer from a food all...

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06

Dec

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How Can I Stop My Allergies?

If you experience symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, sinus congestion, itchy, watery eyes, and headaches, you are not alone. One in five Americans suffers from allergies. Not only can these symptoms make you miserable, but they can also lead to more severe health issues. Fort...

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06

Dec

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7 Signs You Have Allergies

Symptoms of seasonal allergies are very similar to the symptoms of the common cold. They both involve congestion, sneezing, and a runny nose. Particularly when they are mild, allergy and cold symptoms can be almost identical. Nevertheless, the following clear signs can help you d...

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06

Dec

Do Summer Allergies Exist?

Summer is here, which means swimming pools, camp, BBQs, and outdoor festivals. Now that spring is behind us, that means no more allergies, right? Wrong!We associate allergy season with spring and fall, but summer is when grass blooms. If you suffer from allergies during the summ...

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06

Dec

How Allergies Affect Your Skin

Allergy season is a challenging time for many of us. Spring brings warmer weather, but it also harbors itchy eyes, sneezing, runny noses, rashes, etc. Unfortunately, allergy season can also throw a wrench into another area of our lives.Our skin and complexions can suffer from se...

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06

Dec

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Kids and Seasonal Allergies

If you’re a parent, you know how debilitating it can feel when your child suffers. Kids who deal with irritating and painful allergy symptoms are just as uncomfortable as their adult counterparts. Although food allergies can happen to babies, it is uncommon for infant...

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06

Dec

Allergy Myth or Fact?

There are so many contradictory stories about health and wellness, and allergy myths are no different. How many allergy urban legends can you debunk?Local Honey Reduces AllergiesMYTHIt’s a common misconception that local honey can stave off allergies, but the truth is, m...

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