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I am guessing, but I suspect that strawberry rhubarb reflects the appearance and color of the plant and has no botanic relationship to true...
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Both are antihistamines, and both are safe for children of his age, if the proper dose is given. Zyrtec lasts much longer; Benadryl lasts only...
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You're are going blind. Invest your time in learning how to read braille. 
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Could just be your eyes getting used to the new perscription. Usually will take about a week to fully adjust. If the nose pain continues i would...
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Hi Your only way round this is not to buy ready made meals and cook all your own foods with what natural healthy foods you can buy, either fresh or...
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The allergy tests should have no lethargic effect on your child, but the emotional EXPERIENCE of the uncomfortable skin tests can certainly wear her...
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It would be best not to take any "cillins". Some childhood amoxicillin reactions were not allergic however, even though they may have...
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If you are allergic to amoxicillin, you should avoid all drugs in the penicillin class. This would include oxacillin.It is entirely possible to have...
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There are no associations between the early introduction of foods (or chocolate) and SIDS. In some cultures, foods are given quite early, but this is...
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You don't mention how much weight you have to lose. If you don't carry that much weight you might be at the place your body wants to be...
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Sometimes, but most sinus infections are viral and do not need antibiotics.
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You may not have any reaction to the Contrast Dye, but you ABSOLUTELY must tell them about your allergy.  When I went, they gave me a small...
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Your not being able to be treated with acetaminophen due to allergic reactions may be a blessing in disguise. Acetaminophen has been associated with...
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Don't know why he would make such a thing up. So with that in mind I would suggest making him turkey bacon in place of pork bacon that should do...
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Certainly, a peanut sensitivity (allergy? food intolerance?) may exist. IL would think it wise to have an allergist test your child for a peanut...
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