Allergies Health Center
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Drug Allergy
A drug allergy is a condition in which your immune system overreacts to medications. Any kind of medications can induce allergic reactions.
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Allergy Treatment: Allergy Shots and Allergy Drops
In cases where allergen exposure is inevitable, you can choose to have immunotherapy. Immunotherapy can be allergy shots or allergy drops.
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Allergy Treatment: Immunotherapy – Allergy Shots
If the symptoms are severe, or you cannot avoid exposure to allergens, immunotherapy, or allergy shots, may work for you.
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Allergy Symptom: Dizziness
Dizziness may have many underlying causes, ranging from dehydration to serious medical conditions. One of the possible causes is allergy.
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Allergic Rhinitis
Allergic rhinitis is the condition in which your immune system react violently to particles in the air, especially the dust.
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Allergy Diagnosis: Skin Test
The best thing you can do to avoid getting an allergic reaction is to know what you are allergic to. Skin testing is one method to determine your allergens.
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Allergist Visit Guide
If you have a dangerous allergy, your primary doctor may recommend you an allergist so that you receive specialized care.
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What Is an Allergic Reaction to Food?
Food allergies are the result of a chain reaction of the immune system, including the combination of antigens and antibodies.
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What to Know About Food Allergy?
Food allergy is an abnormal reaction of the body to food, caused by the body's immune system. It is a fairly common phenomenon.
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What is Allergic Conjunctivitis and Allergic Vasculitis?
When your eyes are exposed to allergen they can become red, itchy, irritated and watery. These are the symptoms of allergic conjunctivitis.
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