Athletes Score With Allergies and Asthma
Summer days and soccer fields. Balmy nights and baseball. Cheers rising from the crowd. The sights and sounds of summer athletics. And athletes with allergies and asthma probably know their first hurdle: allergens.
Flooded Homes are Allergy Traps
Flooding in homes can cause serious problems with allergy flare ups. Contaminated materials appears to be the culprit when it comes to indoor allergies.
Avoid What's Ailin' You
Avoid! Avoid! Avoid! This should be the motto during allergy season for those suffering. Does pollen bother you? Keep windows closed.
Dance of the Asthma Fairies Discovered
Scientists have now seen causes of asthma attacks in the shape of immunoglobulin E( IgE) and how it moves and twists during IgE's attachment to the receptor proteins on the surface of mast cells. After 15 years of research, what a beautiful sight this must be.
Is It A Cold, Or Is It Allergies?
Cold and allergy reactions spring up during springtime, but for parents of young children, how are they to know if their child is developing allergies, or developing a cold?
Allergy Season Shopping Ideas
Most people suffering from allergies can point to a specific trigger that makes their symptoms worse. What they may not know is that there are plenty of grocery store items that can sneak into their diet and add allergy symptoms.
Look both ways before you cross the street!
Parents and teachers encourage most children to memorize their name, phone number and address in case of an emergency. Autistic children should also learn the safety measures of crossing the streets and playing near a swimming pool.
You Are A Sight For Sore Eyes
Being a sight for sore eyes of course means it's good to see you. Having sore eyes is not necessarily a sight to behold. Minimizing allergic reactions in your eyes can help one return to the preferred status of being a sight for sore eyes.
Fruits Not So Peachy Keen for Asthma and Allergy Protection
Former studies have given credence to the message that fruits and vegetables in a child's diet appear to reduce the risk of developing asthma, hay fever and allergies. Now scientists say: Not so much.
Please Pass the Bread
Caution! Mad scientists make their way into the kitchen and concoct edible wheat-aller baked goods for celiac patients. A group of Italian researchers have been able to modify wheat flour in a way that makes it safely edible for celiac patients.