Cleaning to Rid Your Home of Harmful Allergens



Allergy sufferers may be surprised to find that the place where they have the most problems with allergies is their own home. It is important, of course, to avoid or limit exposure to things that … [Read more...]


Allergy attack!



On the last weekend of November,when the Battling for Health site was down, I had a terrible allergic reaction to something - I don't know what - that bloated the whole of my face and half-closed my … [Read more...]


The most common causes of allergies



Great Britain has the highest incidence of allergic diseases in the world. And health experts do not know why. In a BBC report, pediatric allergy expert Dr. Adam Fox explains the most common causes of … [Read more...]


Traffic pollution and wheezing



Wheezing in children is becoming more common. One of my sons suffers from wheezing since he was a baby. Although not considered to be serious, it is nevertheless not a nice sound to hear. Butwhat is … [Read more...]


Allergies in the wintertime?



You’d never associate winter with hay fever and pollen allergies, right? Well, actually allergies also spike up during the winter time, but for different reasons that we encounter in spring and … [Read more...]


How to avoid food allergies at Christmas time



Christmas time is feasting time. Unfortunately it can also be allergy time. As we attend one party after another, trying out food we normally we do not eat at home, we are exposed to allergens in the … [Read more...]


Thunderstorms can trigger asthma attacks



What triggers asthma attacks? Many things, such as dust, pollens, animal hair, toxic fumes, etc. But what about weather, particularly thunderstorms? Over the years, there have been people who … [Read more...]


Multiple allergies rising



One allergy is trouble enough. But imagine being allergic to many things at the same time. Unfortunately, multiple allergies seem to be getting more common and are actually on the rise. This was … [Read more...]


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