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Research from the 2013 meeting of the ACAAI suggests living in the South can increase a child’s risk of hay fever.
If you have allergies or hay fever, you’re more likely to suffer from migraines, according to researchers at the University of Cincinnati.
We know: you think of spring as a beauty to behold from behind glass – because of all that pollen in the air. But let Allergic Living show you how to do spring better, how to feel great and seize this glorious season.
Grass pollen allergy is more formally called seasonal allergic rhinitis. With it, you’ll get symptoms that include runny nose, congestion and, more often than not, watery eyes. Those who are severely allergic, may get hives with grass pollen contact and, on occasion, even anaphylaxis if grass proteins get into the blood system due to scraped […]
All you’ll need to cope with Spring’s misery-making allergies. What is Hay Fever? As with other allergies, seasonal allergic rhinitis is an immune system over-response to a protein, in this case an inhaled pollen or a mould spore. Antibodies are supposed to protect our bodies, to defend, but the immune system of a person predisposed […]
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1. Avoid pollen when you can. Stay indoors during high pollen counts: typically in the morning, and on dry, breezy days. 2. Keep your windows closed, especially during the day. Use an air conditioner instead. 3. Don’t hang laundry outside to dry. It will collect pollen. 4. Wash your hands and other exposed skin when […]