Just like there is no cure for CAID, there is no cure for allergies. However, with new techniques and medications, it is possible to live without experiencing the troubling symptoms associated with them.
The most direct way to limit your allergic symptoms is through a few lifestyle changes, most notably by avoiding the known allergen entirely. This is easier
said than done. Luckily, there are many new tools and techniques to make avoidance a practical part of your life.
Between 40 and 45 million Americans - about 15-20 percent of the population - have some type of allergy, most of which surface during infancy or childhood. The allergic march is a
Airborne irritants are found in pollution. Although it has been known for some time, the latest research shows the dramatic effects pollution can have on the body. For example, car
Perennial and seasonal allergies can affect not only your sinuses but your digestive system as well. The symptoms of GERD are not truly allergic but they can be related to a direct
Another category of allergies is allergic reactions to specific foods. Allergies to food can cause skin reactions like hives and eczema. As well, the food allergens can cause swoll
Researchers are currently developing a new approach to allergies, using medication that is currently used for asthma patients. This is the administration of a humanized monoclonal
Systemic steroids are usually reserved for severe symptoms that do not | respond to other medications or for patients who cannot tolerate other ' drugs. In these cases, your physic