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Hot and humid summer weather can impact allergy symptoms -- and to ensure that your indoor and outdoor activities are not impacted by "wheezing and sneezing" moments. Our tips will allow you to manage, reduce and (perhaps) eliminate allergens in your indoor and outdoor environment.
For some, spring is sunshine and flowers. For others, it's a rare form of torture.
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Here are four weapons you can use to fight allergies this spring:
I surrender. Please please please, go after somebody else. There's a list of names I can give you. It gets worse, of course
Your tongue may swell or your lips might start to tingle when you eat an apple, but you know that you aren't allergic to apples. Why is this? It may be oral allergy syndrome.
Oddly enough, denial is a common, albeit useless, allergy-deterring tactic. But with roughly 50 million people in the U.S
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About 35 million Americans suffer from hay fever, or pollen allergy, making it one of the most common allergies in the U.S
Spring is finally rolling around the corner, and for most of us, that's a big relief. For many others, however, this revival of life also means the return of sneezing, coughing, wheezing, itching and other vexing symptoms of spring allergies, commonly known as hay fever.
Eastern Turkey is famous for its pure honey. The nectar comes only from wild mountain flowers and the native "Caucasian" bees are never given any sugar to increase production. But this bee and way of life are under threat.
Anyone working with lilies or enjoying them in their home or office will know the sad moment when you accidentally brush against a big Oriental lily and end up with a swath of bright orange pollen on your shirt, blouse or worse, your white slacks.
Hotter weather coupled with higher concentrations of carbon dioxide in the air prompt allergens like ragweed to grow larger and produce more pollen, and the carbon-enriched pollen is more noxious and damaging because it contains more of the chemicals that cause allergic reactions.
Go Outside At The Right Time Since staying shut in all spring isn't an option, venture outdoors during midday, when chances
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By Beth W. Orenstein If you suffer from allergies for even part of the year, you may wonder when you'll get a reprieve. People