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To determine whether you have a grip on your asthma is by considering the “Rules of Two.” If you can identify with any of the following statements, you may have uncontrolled asthma.
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A food allergy is characterized by an immune system response to a certain food while an intolerance and sensitivity is characterized by a digestive system response.
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It’s important to keep your distance from these insects to decrease the chance of getting stung. If you are stung, it’s vital to know if your reaction is due to a stinging insect allergy or not.
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The biggest difference between the coronavirus and allergies is the culprit. The coronavirus is caused by a virus, specifically the SARS-CoV-2 virus, while allergies are caused by a specific allergen.
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Before spring arrives, we can help you begin treatment to ensure your pollen allergies don’t get the best of you or your health!
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If you have allergies, your HRQOL may be affected in various ways, such as avoidance of outdoor or social activities, lack of productivity, restless sleep, and struggling with happiness.
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There are many misconceptions about a wheat allergy and celiac disease. These misconceptions lead to incorrect self-diagnosis and improper treatment.
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A single ragweed plant can produce and spread up to one billion grains of pollen. Understandably, millions of people fall victim to ragweed allergy during autumn.
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What is alpha-gal syndrome? What are the symptoms? How will I be tested for alpha-gal syndrome?
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