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Following is an excerpt from “The Good Bugs” in the Winter 2017 issue of Allergic Living magazine. The magazine is available at Barnes & Noble (or Indigo in Canada). Editor’s Note: The first part of the magazine’s article discusses what microbes are and how important they are in our bodies, and how those who used […]
Arriving at college for freshman year, no matter how well prepared, can lead to some unexpected surprises.
An increase in the number of people with allergic hay fever caused by ragweed pollen will increase with climate change.
New research into the workings of a rogue protein made by the ADAM33 gene may lead to asthma inhibitor medicines
Q. My daughter loves horseback riding, but has developed an allergy to horses, which ranges from congestion and eye symptoms to even sometimes hives on her hands if she touches a horse. Is there any therapy that would help? Dr. Bassett: The conundrum is to have your daughter enjoy her pastime of riding and still […]