Allergy is a term used in describing an unusual bodily reaction to a substance that has no distinctive or noticeable effect on other humans. According to studies, about 17 out of every 100 Americans are allergic, or hypersensitive, to some substances which are known to cause unusual reactions.
First things first: bee sting allergy becomes serious to the highly allergic individual. Bees aren’t exactly fatal insects however; approximately 40 people die from bee sting allergy every year.
Having fresh air and good ventilation in your office is often considered to be one of the most important requirements to ensure the health and comfort of the staff. In spite of being a basic and commonsensical necessity, it is one of the first things to be found lacking or inadvertently absent. The Indoor Air […]
Every year, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) observes the month of May as the national Asthma and Allergy Awareness month. May is a peak time for summer and spring allergies that arise due to the abundance of different allergens at that particular time of the year. These allergens trigger attacks of asthma […]
Per allergies refer to a condition when the immune system of a person overreacts when the person is exposed to pets. Pets may include one or more of breeds like cats, dogs, rabbits, mice or rats. Most people exhibit symptoms of pet allergies when they touch these animals or come in close contact with them.
Fall seasonal allergies are starting to kick in. Some of us allergy sufferers look forward to winter the only time we can catch a break from all that pollen floating around. Here are some tips to keep your symptoms as under control as possible.
In today’s modern world, more than one-fourth of all adult Americans are convinced that some of the foods they bite into wind up biting them back with recurrent symptoms such as hives, skin rashes, diarrhea, and vomiting. In fact, these are the most common telltale signs of allergies.