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May is Celiac Awareness Month, and events are happening across North America to raise funds for research
On April 3, Dr. Oz declared “This year, you’re going to feel even more miserable than ever before.” Allergist Dr. Bassett explained why.
Get your Groove Back You’ve banished gardening from your life, uprooted your plants and spend your Spring hiding indoors. Little do you know, there are hundreds of low-allergy options for your garden. What’s more, many of these are far more beautiful than their pollen-pouring counterparts, because they have to stand out in order to attract […]
Annuals, Perennials, and Sneezeables The Plants to Avoid: Botanical and Common NamesThe following plants can cause problems for people with allergies and should be avoided. In general, it’s a good idea to avoid any plant which releases its pollen into the air, rather than relying on insects for pollination. For sensitive individuals, it is also […]
The disease doesn’t end at the gut: oral symptoms, from rotting teeth to mouth cancer, are also related to celiac. Find out what to watch for and how to avoid celiac disease’s effects on the mouth.
Celiac disease can affect your teeth and mouth in a number of ways: Dental enamel defects: Patches of grey, yellow, white or brown on the teeth, and/or teeth that are deeply pitted, grooved or misshapen. The defects are found on both sides of the mouth or on both upper and lower teeth, not just on […]
Children with food allergies have been found to have lower weight and height than their non-allergic counterparts.
A list of some of the most fascinating findings from this year’s meeting of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.
To subscribe to the American edition of Allergic Living, click here. To subscribe to the Canadian edition of Allergic Living, click here. On Edge with Allergy: The stress of food-allergic life is straining the bonds of many marriages. Here’s what you can do. This Allergic Life: Julie Bowen of TV’s Modern Family on her son’s unexpected diagnosis. […]