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Dust Mites Covers - For Your Safer House

14th June 2013, 12:00 AM IN Articles

Majority of people are quite conscious about the cleanliness and safety of their house. This is mainly due to the reason that hygiene and protection are the factors that directly affect the safety and well-being of their dear ones.

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TORONTO - Medical researchers have a clearer picture of the prevalence of food allergies in Canada after a survey found more than three per cent of individuals were allergic to at least one of five foods.

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NFL Stars Tackle Asthma

13th June 2013, 11:59 PM IN Articles

The Chris Draft Family Foundation (CDFF) and the American Lung Association are working together to recognize families who are tackling asthma.

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How to Create a Dust-Free Bedroom

13th June 2013, 11:59 PM IN Articles

If you are dust-sensitive, especially if you have allergies and/or asthma, you can reduce some of your misery by creating a "dust-free" bedroom. Dust may contain molds, fibers, and dander from dogs, cats, and other animals, as well as tiny dust mites.

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Millions of Americans suffer from sneezing, coughing, itching, runny noses, and watering eyes when the pollen starts to fly. Each spring, summer, and fall tiny particles are released from trees, weeds, and grasses.

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A Sneezer's Guide to the Galaxy

13th June 2013, 11:59 PM IN Articles

After a long, dreary winter, most Canadians can't wait for spring. That first hint of a warm breeze that catches us off guard and the tiny buds appearing on the ends of gnarled branches are like a balm to our cold-weary selves.

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Warm weather sparks allergies

13th June 2013, 11:59 PM IN Articles

CBC News- The winter cold and flu season may be drawing to a close, but many people in the Ottawa region won't be able to put away the tissues. The rapidly melting snow is uncovering moulds that can cause sneezing, wheezing, rashes and other allergic reactions in some people.

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Cat Washing

13th June 2013, 11:59 PM IN Articles

Most patients who are allergic to cats are aware of symptoms on entering a house with a cat or if they touch their face after contact with an animal.

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Swimming pools: an asthma risk?

13th June 2013, 11:59 PM IN Articles

Genelle Weule- The swimming pool has provided a haven from the heat for generations of Australians.

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TopNews United States - A recent study undertaken by a team of scientists in New Zealand has revealed that asthma patients could get substantial help from blackcurrants.

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What is an Allergist?

An allergist/immunologist is a physician specially trained to manage and treat allergies and asthma. Becoming an allergist/immunologist requires completion of at least nine years of training. After completing medical school and graduating with a medical degree, a physician will then undergo three years of training in internal medicine (to become an internist) or pediatrics (to become a pediatrician). 

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Pillow Encasings Covers for Allergies

Pillow Encasings Covers for Allergies

You might think dust mites take up only a little room in your bed. In fact, within 10 years, dead dust mites and their waste can double the weight of your mattress.

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