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Some of the symptoms of food intolerance and food allergy are similar, but the differences between the two are very important. Eating a food you are intolerant to can leave you feeling miserable. However, if you have a true food allergy, your body’s reaction to this food could be life-threatening.
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Christmas is days away, and your allergies are acting up. No, you’re not allergic to the holidays. But, it’s possible that you’re allergic to certain elements of the season such as the Christmas tree!
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Thanksgiving is days away, and people are planning menus, grocery shopping, and getting ready for the festivities. However, if you struggle with a food allergy, you may need to take extra steps to ensure safety on this food-filled day.
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When you think of Halloween, the Bluegrass Family Allergy team wants you to think of teal pumpkins. Awareness of the Teal Pumpkin Project has spread significantly in recent years. Last year, over 18,000 American households took part in the project to raise awareness of food allergies and provide inclusion for all trick-or-treaters.
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The yellow blanket of pollen that spring brought and the sprouting weeds that summer grew are disappearing. But, why are you still sneezing? Unfortunately, fall brings its own allergens such as ragweed, mold, and dust mites. Thankfully, the team at Bluegrass Family Allergy can help!
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If your children suffer from allergies, it’s imperative for to prepare them for the new school year. Fortunately, Bluegrass Family Allergy has the solutions to your family needs.
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Summer is in full swing and so are the busy insects around us! While they usually leave you alone, it’s good to know exactly what to do if they sting you – especially if you are prone to a serious allergic reaction from a stinging insect.
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What do buzzing bees, microscopic dust mites, and green grass have in common? They love the summer months! Unfortunately, their presence often creates allergies for many people. But, it doesn’t have to be this way.
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May is National Asthma & Allergy Awareness Month for good reason: it is peak allergy and asthma season. Most allergy-sufferers are hiding indoors until the pollen dissipates, and asthma-sufferers are reaching for their inhaler more often than not. But, it doesn’t have to be this way!
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