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  • How to Overcome Toddler Milk Allergy and Protein Intolerance
    Overcoming Toddler Milk AllergyCow’s milk allergy even though rare among people, occurs in 2 to 8 % of infants. The first step towards overcoming the milk allergy would be to recognize baby milk allergy symptoms.  There are some signs and symptoms which should make you aware of your[...]

  • Dehumidification - Working, Uses and Allergy Control
    DehumidifiersWhat is a dehumidifier?A dehumidifier is an appliance that removes extra humidity from indoor air. It is helpful for allergy sufferers.Humidity and allergy Humidity is the water vapor that is suspended in the air. So obviously humidity itself does not cause allergy, but excess humidity facilitates the growth[...]

  • Diet To Treat Egg Allergies And Allergic Reactions
    Simply Treat Egg Allergies With Egg Allergy Treatment The cardinal point to remember in an egg-allergy-free diet is to keep away from foods or products containing eggs. People who are allergic to eggs can suffer from gastrointestinal reactions such as severe diarrhea or nausea and vomiting. If the[...]

  • Allergy Relief Diet, Treatment | Home Remedies, Prevention For Allergies
    Allergy Relief TreatmentAllergy treatment is focused on two key areas for the patient. The first area is emergency care that occurs when the allergy is in an active phase and when the individual is suffering from an attack. During this phase, drugs will be used to calm the immune system[...]

  • Sugar Allergy: Symptoms, Intolerance and Sensitivity
    Sugar Allergy Symptoms  Sugar allergy and sugar sensitivity are two different reactions to sugar. In sugar allergy the reaction is an inflammatory one as such people cannot tolerate the consumption of sugar. This is a difficult situation to tolerate and deal with as most foods contain sugar. Such people[...]

  • Carpet Cleaning Tips for Allergic Patients at Home
    Carpet CleaningThe carpets are significant for allergy sufferers because they harbor a lot of dust, mold spores, bacteria and other allergens.The problem with usual carpet cleaning is that it does not get to the material that is deep within the fabric of the carpet. This material might be too[...]

  • Causes, Symptoms, Treatment and Diet for Allergy
    Allergy Symptoms An allergy is a misguided reaction of the body’s immune system to certain foreign substances it comes in contact with. This is a misguided reaction as these are harmless substances and remain so when they come into contact with people who are non-allergic. However, when[...]

  • Lactose Intolerance Alternatives | Alternatives for Milk | List of Dairy Products
    Most people who are lactose intolerant either give up dairy products or are on medication while they continue to eat these products. The only and best treatment if you are sensitive to milk is to avoid it completely.[...]

  • Difference Between Food Intolerance and Food Allergy
    Food allergy is a condition associated with mistaken identity by the immune system. Mistaking certain parts of a particular food to be dangerous, trigger the synthesis of Immunoglobulin E (IgE). IgE is an antibody produced to fight off the culprit. Successive eating of the same food component triggers the release[...]

  • Iodine Allergy - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment
    Iodin AllergyAn allergy is a condition where the immune system of an individual’s body reacts in an aggressive and often excessive manner when it comes into contact with a trigger substance known as an allergen. Under normal circumstances, the object that causes the allergy will not necessarily be[...]

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