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Flourishing with Food Allergies is receiving first first-rate reviews such as "as close to a 'bible' on the subject that exists" and "a food-allergy-support-group in a book." The book covers topics including food allergy impacts on autism, ADHD and asthma as well as food allergy research, the use of probiotics and examples for school and social event planning.

The nasal congestion, frequent sneezing and frequent headaches familiar to allergy sufferers tend to become severe before patients see Dr. Jesse Wardlow, an ear, nose and throat specialist affiliated with Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital. For patients who suffer from allergies, "every year is a bad year," he said.

(ARA) - Playdates have taken off in America, and it is no wonder. In this economy, where else can you find an inexpensive activity that is fun for both children and moms?

In Latin America, nasal allergies exact a high toll on adults' day-to-day life and work productivity and on children's ability to learn in school and socialize and play sports.

(ARA) - Asthma and allergies strike nearly one in four Americans, almost 60 million people, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Both conditions cause adults to miss work, children to miss school, and are a leading cause of emergency room visits and hospital stays.

As summer fast approaches, you may be wondering how you are going to keep cool. Some of us use an evaporative air conditioner--a swamp cooler. They're very popular and efficient here in the West. But a local study says if you use a swamp cooler and live with a child who has allergies, you may want to re-think the game plan

Siemens Healthcare and the Walt Disney Co. are introducing a children’s book to the clinical laboratory and physician communities to educate children and parents about the diagnosis and management of allergies.
Keeping koi as pets (News 10 Now Syracuse) (Fri, 05 Jun 2009 19:47:05 GMT)

If you long for a pet but you have allergies or your lifestyle isn't right for a cat or dog consider installing a pond. The fish commonly kept in ponds are koi and they are as fascinating as they are colorful. Today we'll learn more about koi in this edition of Pet Pointers.

This has been a rough spring for people with allergies and asthma. Molds and pollen in the air outdoors have made yard work challenging. But indoor chores can also be...

Spring is the time of year when many people complain about seasonal allergy symptoms such as runny noses, congestion, rashes, itchy and watery eyes, sneezing, coughing--and just generally feeling miserable. About 16.9 million Americans had allergies in 2007, and there were 12.2 million doctor's office visits for allergies in 2006, according to the National Center for Health Statistics.
Got allergies? - Baltimore Sun (Thu, 04 Jun 2009 12:49:39 GMT)

Baltimore Sun

Got allergies?
Baltimore Sun, United States
More than 11 million Americans are estimated to have food allergies, which occur when the immune system reacts poorly to certain food. If you have an allergy, you know: Within minutes of eating the offending food, you may experience hives, ...

PRAIRIE VOICES: All about allergies
Grand Forks Herald, ND
Allergy implies the presence of an allergic antibody in your system ready to latch onto a specific protein you may be allergic to. For example, one who has allergic symptoms to ragweed pollen or to a cat will have in place allergic antibodies to ...


How to Enjoy Flowers and Stay Allergy Free
Latina, NY
by Dorkys Ramos | 06.05.2009 | 9:00am | 0 Comments Beautiful flowers are always a quick way to brighten up your home, but what do you do when allergies leave you terrified of incorporating them into your decor? Turns out, you don't have to avoid them ...

Enjoy Life Launches 'Sweet' New Cookbook Loaded with Yummy Gluten ...
Go Dairy Free, NV
SCHILLER PARK, IL, - There's no question that Enjoy Life Foods has made it easier than ever for people with food allergies and gluten intolerances to enjoy the sweet side of life with its delicious cookies, snack bars, granolas, trail mixes and ...

Baltimore Sun

How to control peanut allergy in children
Baltimore Sun, United States
A peanut allergy is terrifying: Eating even a tiny bit of peanut can spark a fatal reaction, and up until now, the only way to avoid that fate was to never eat the legumes, which lurk in thousands of processed foods. Of the 150 deaths each year from ...
I'm not nuts - just allergic to them AsiaOne
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'Flourishing with Food Allergies' Receives First-Rate Reviews
PR Web (press release), WA
Flourishing with Food Allergies is receiving first first-rate reviews such as "as close to a 'bible' on the subject that exists" and "a food-allergy-support-group in a book." The book covers topics including food allergy impacts on autism, ...

Is it you, or are allergies really bad this spring?
Waukegan News Sun, IL
Jensen described, "and I would respond, 'No, it's just allergies.'" That's what prompted her to see an allergy specialist, who "patch"-tested, or allergy skin-tested Jensen to figure out what triggered her allergies. After the test, Jensen started ...
Local allergists say it's 'the perfect weather for pollen' MetroWest Daily News
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The Money Times

Airline pet policy raises allergy concerns
United Press International
DALLAS, June 2 (UPI) -- US carrier Southwest Airlines' new policy of pets riding in the cabin has some passengers complaining about the possibility of allergies and in-flight noise. The economy airline's policy, which allows passengers to bring small ...
Airline industry's pet-friendly trend doesn't sit well with everyone USA Today
Airline pet policies raise some passengers' dander SmartBrief
Southwest Airlines strategy adds child, pet and third-bag fees in ...
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News Health Guru

Ancient Chinese Secret for Peanut Allergy
News Health Guru, NY
Food allergies have been on the rise for several years. Peanut allergy doubled in children between the years 1997 and 2002. It is estimated that 150 people die every year in the US as a result of food allergies. Even trace amounts of these foods can ...

Who do adults suddenly get allergies?, UK
By Miriam Stoppard on Jun 4, 09 06:25 PM in Advice As summer gets into full swing, many of us will come down with unexplained sniffles or a nasty rash - and be shocked when the doctor says it's hay fever or a food allergy. It amazes me that adults are ...

Most poultry producers are already aware of the hazard of poultry dust to worker’s health and the need to ensure that exposure is kept as low as reasonably practicable.

Q: I run a sorting machine at the post office, and am worried about all the paper dust swirling around the building. I asked both management and our union if this was a health or safety problem and both said no, but I'm not sure they really know. Can you

A new study shows how neighborhood characteristics play a significant role in childhood asthma.
Asthma Rates And Where You Live (redOrbit) (Fri, 05 Jun 2009 18:17:35 GMT)

Neighborhoods with restaurants, entertainment, cultural facilities and ethnic diversity have lower asthma rates in the city of Chicago than neighborhoods where residents are less likely to move, and where there are more churches and not-for-profit facilities.Published in the spring 2009 issue of the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, the two-year study led by Ruchi Gupta, MD, MPH, a ...

SOUTHBOROUGH, MA--(Marketwire - June 2, 2009) - Did you know an estimated 35 million Americans suffer from seasonal and perennial nasal allergies? We all enjoy the arrival of spring after a long winter but for allergy sufferers across the U.S., pollen from trees, weeds and grasses can trigger allergy symptoms. But indoor air may not be any better, which can be filled with pet dander, dust mites, ...
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