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Egg Allergy and the Flu Vaccine

This article has been reviewed by Thanai Pongdee, MD, FAAAAI, AAAAI Website Medical Editor Flu season is here and so is the need to be protected by getting vaccinated. This vaccine contains a very small amount of egg protein, so before giving it health providers ask if you are allergic to eggs. But do you […]

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Handling the Holidays

This article was reviewed by Stuart A. Friedman, MD, FAAAAI, AAAAI Patients & Consumers Web Editor. Do asthma and allergies threaten to be the Grinch in your holidays? The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) offers these tips to help keep your season merry: The holidays are filled with hustle and bustle, but stress can trigger an […]

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Food Allergies 101: Back-to-School Safety

This article was reviewed by Stuart A. Friedman, MD, FAAAAI Heading back to school is an exciting time for most students and parents. But for families of children with food allergies, it can also be a time of anxiety and fear. For students with food allergies, potential dangers lurk throughout the school environment. Risks in […]

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What do a cancer drug, food allergies and tick bites have in common?

by: Dr. Phillip Rancitelli  In 2006, a drug called cetuximab (trade name Erbitux) entered the market for the treatment metastatic colorectal cancer and some head and neck cancers.  Soon after, allergic reactions, some very severe, were reported during the first administration.  An observation was made that these allergies occurred more commonly in the southern United […]

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Enterovirus and Seasonal Allergies

by: Dr. Jennifer Bullock Pollen Seasons Many pollen allergy sufferers are glad to know that this year’s pollen seasons are winding down!  Some who are having symptoms for the first time might be wondering  what has been happening to them since the Spring started.  Some people with allergies know that they have symptoms, but do […]

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Outdoor Allergens: Tips to Remember

Seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever) affects more than 35 million Americans. If you suffer from it, you may experience sneezing, stuffiness, a runny nose and itchiness in your nose, the roof of your mouth, throat, eyes or ears. These allergic reactions are most commonly caused by pollen and mold spores in the air, which start […]

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Allergic Reactions: Tips to Remember

Allergies often bring to mind sneezing, runny nose or watery eyes. While these are symptoms of some types of allergic disease, an allergic reaction is actually a result of a chain reaction that begins in your genes and is expressed by your immune system. What is happening inside your body when you have an allergic […]

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