Allergies & Intolerances
A useful guide for allergies and intolerances featuring the best coverage of food allergies, pollen, mold, asthma, rhinitis, dust mites, animal dander, insects, skin allergy, hay fever, celiac, lactose, sun allergy, atopic dermatitis and cosmetics.
In collaboration with Professor Peter Schmid-Grendelmeier, you will learn the most common allergy symptoms. Find information on lactose intolerance and how diet changes can help, discover what gluten sensitivity is and its difference to celiac disease.
Allergies are common and occur when your immune system reacts to a foreign substance. On this magazine, you will find some tips and as you learn more, managing allergies will become part of your daily life!
Insect venom is a type of poison that insects use to defend themselves. When they feel threatened, they will either sting or bite any person standing nearby, causing a possible allergic reaction. Some of the well-known insects with venomous bites or stings include...
Here’s how to help your child through the pollen season
Spring is no cause for joy for a child with a pollen allergy Spring is just around the corner and most children look forward to it being warmer and they can run around outside again. For children who have hay fever sufferers, symptoms such as watery eyes and runny...
New knowledge on the treatment of hay fever
ALLERGIC RHINITIS: THE MOST COMMON DISORDER AND THE MOST NEGLECTED Hay fever is the typical expression of allergy in the nose area. He begins with sneezing fits, tingling in the nose, runny nose, and finally leads one stuffy nose. In addition, patients often complain...
FOOD ALLERGIES IN ADULTS
Food allergy symptoms can include itchiness, swelling of the tongue, vomiting, diarrhea, trouble breathing, hives, or low blood pressure. In the developed world, 6 to 8 percent of people have some sort of food allergy. managing your food allergy mainly includes...
Acute allergies are characterised by the sudden onset of symptoms, i.e. they occur within seconds to minutes. In angioedema, the allergic reaction is limited to the deep layers of the skin and the underlying tissue. If acute allergic symptoms occur in organ systems...
Thankfully, most eye allergies are frustrating rather than actually dangerous. Some of the symptoms of having an allergic reaction are when your eyes get red, itchy, irritated, watery, swollen, and sensitive. One of the things that can cause an eye allergy are...
A Guide to Allergies and Intolerances.
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