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Some recent studies have shown that when you give allergy shots (immunotherapy) to children with allergies, not only do their allergy symptoms...
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...For people with allergic asthma, allergy shots (immunotherapy) can be effective at reducing allergic triggers to asthma. An allergist would...
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Allergic disease in general tends to run in families. If you are concerned about possible food allergy, complete a food journal writing down all your...
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The best treatment for chemical allergies is to identify and avoid the chemical that may have caused the allergic reaction. If you inadvertently...
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If your doctor suspects a chemical allergy, a skin patch test may be useful for identifying the most likely substances that are causing you to have...
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Your skin is one of the first places where allergy symptoms can appear. When your skin comes into contact with products containing chemical allergens...
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Allergic skin reactions, called allergic contact dermatitis, can occur when your immune system overreacts to chemicals that are normally harmless...
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They promise to make your skin soft, your hair shiny, and your laundry springtime fresh, but for some people the chemicals in shampoos, cosmetics...
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If you are diagnosed with a casein allergy, your doctor may have you carry a shot of epinephrine with you in case you accidentally eat a food...
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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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