Everything you Need to Know about Sulfa Allergies

By Steve Marc

Sulfa drugs are effective in treating a variety of health issues ranging from eye infections to rheumatoid arthritis. Some people have got a rash or more serious allergic reactions while taking one of the drugs from sulfonamide group. This is often called as a sulfa allergy. Continue Reading

Tips to Tackle Eye Allergies

By Steve Marc

Tips to Tackle Eye Allergies

An eye allergy can be troublesome. Anyone suffering from it would want quick relief from those painful, irritating red eyes. The good news is that there are both natural ways and medicines to get rid of allergic diseases. Continue Reading

Tips to Fight Allergies and Look Beautiful

By Steve Marc

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April showers allow blooming Mayflowers but you have to be prepared to face some seasonal allergies too. Since there’s no magical cure to combat allergic reactions, the good news is that millions of women who suffer from allergy symptoms and signs can deal with the condition easily through some home tips. Continue Reading

How to differentiate between Sinus, Common Cold, and Allergies

By Steve Marc

How to differentiate between Sinus, Common Cold, and Allergies

Sinus, common cold, and allergies are the allergic diseases which are similar to each other and sometimes it very confusing to differentiate between the three. Sinus a sac or cavity in any organ or tissue, or an abnormal cavity of the passages caused by the destruction of tissue and when these sacs get filled with air they can cause pain and other problems. Continue Reading

Asthma and Allergies – What’s the Connection

By Stella Green

Asthma and Allergies – What’s the Connection

Although asthma and allergy are two different conditions, they are related. One often leads to the other. Children with allergies are at a greater risk of developing asthma than children who don’t. However, it does not mean that the child definitely will develop the condition. There are many people with allergies who never develop asthma.

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