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10/17/2013
...If allergies run in your family, you may be looking for ways to reduce your children’s (or future children’s) risk for developing allergies. One area that often comes up is whether or not exposure to pets reduces or increases this risk for allergies and allergic disease. The relationship between allergies and exposure to animals is complicated and still not fully understood. While it used to be thought that early exposure to animals might increase...
10/10/2016
...Pet Allergies: The Science of allergies is crazy. Sometimes we hear in the news about researchers looking at things that seem completely off-the-wall. On the other hand, a lot of scientists and researchers look at things that can have meaningful impacts on our lives. Sometimes, the research can even be practical for everyday folks like us. Today, I’ll share some interesting research related to pets, the environment and allergic conditions. I find it interesting...
09/09/2008
...of epinephrine to stop the reaction. He later learned that the hostess stashed a few remaining dairy treats into the ice pop box to save space in the freezer. She had completely forgotten about it when she offered the ice pops to the dairy allergic child. Where will they play? Survey the environment carefully through your “allergy-colored” glasses. Do they have pets? Pet food can contain allergens. There are now peanut butter filled dog treats....
04/22/2011
...returning. Pet Allergies: It is especially difficult if someone in the family develops a pet allergy. Pets are often part of the family so getting rid of the allergen is not so easy. The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology provides some tips on managing pet allergies in the home. Allergy-Friendly Cleaning Products: Cleaning can be tricky for allergy-sufferers because certain cleaning products can actually make allergies worse. Plus, if you have little ones...
10/27/2016
...the cause of her symptoms, (the presence of pets was the ruling factor), and she gradually returned to a regular diet. She was placed on a high-calorie supplement for a short time to help her body overcome her nutritional deficits and regain the weight it so desperately needed. She started to grow again as her overall dietary status improved. There are situations where food allergy plays a role in the development of a rash or...
10/02/2008
...are on the look out for toddlers dripping sippy cups, or leaving a trail of finger food that contains dairy, wheat, egg or nut products. Keep an eye out for pets and their food which can contain allergens, even peanut. And during any holiday season, there is even more of a chance of candy or cookie treats left out. It is hard for others to grasp the notion that a tiny trace of food can...
04/22/2015
...to remove humid air, and replace any bathroom wallpaper with tile or mold-resistant paint. If you have pets, vacuum frequently and wash your pet once a week. Keep your windows closed when pollen counts are high: between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Maintain the humidity level in the house at about 40 percent to keep mold and dust at bay. Get rid of old rags, newspapers, clothes, other porous items that can cling to allergens....
   
 
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