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The best treatment for casein allergy is prevention. To prevent an allergic reaction to casein, you must follow a casein-free diet, avoiding all...
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There are two allergic reactions that might occur following exposure to cosmetics: irritant contact dermatitis and allergic contact dermatitis...
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A casein allergy occurs when your body's immune system mistakenly thinks the protein is harmful and produces antibodies for protection. This triggers...
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A nickel allergy is a skin reaction that develops after exposure to nickel or items containing the metal. The exposure required to develop an allergy...
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Once a nickel allergy has developed, it often is a lifelong condition; however, there are ways to avoid the discomfort an allergy causes. A topical...
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If you develop symptoms after contact with metal items, a dermatologist can perform a simple skin patch test to determine if you have a nickel...
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Symptoms of nickel allergy, which usually begin between six and 24 hours after exposure to a nickel-containing item, include itching, redness, and...
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Allergies bring more than the misery of a stuffy nose, watery eyes, and sneezing. If you don't treat allergies, they can aggravate or lead to other...
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If you are bothered by allergy symptoms despite medications and efforts to avoid pollen, you may benefit from immunotherapy, or allergy shots. This...
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Sinus rinses can be very helpful for post nasal drip. You can also consider over the counter antihistamines. If these are not enough, you should see...
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Allergies and sinusitis can sometimes cause swollen lymph nodes in the neck, but these usually go away fairly quickly. If you have noticed persistent...
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Allergic reactions to mold typically cause symptoms such as sneezing, itchy/watery eyes, runny nose, nasal congestion or respiratory problems. This...
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Non-allergic or irritant triggers such as smoke, strong odors and perfumes can cause nasal symptoms such as sneezing, congestion and runny nose...
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Cats and dogs are common cohabitants in the home. Most people tolerate exposure to these pets without symptoms, but some develop allergies to them...
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Avoiding pets is important for children with allergies. The child may be allergic to a protein found in the saliva, dander, or urine of the animal...
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