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July 2012 Newsletter

1st July 2012, 12:00 AM IN Newsletters

Dogs help guard against respiratory virus, study finds: Dogs may cause some to cough and sneeze, however a new study says pets may actually help curb allergies and asthma.

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June 2012 Newsletter

1st June 2012, 12:00 AM IN Newsletters

Allergies May Be Linked to Higher Cancer Risk: Can allergies increase your risk of cancer? A new study out of University of Washington Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center suggests this may be the case.

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May 2012 Newsletter

1st May 2012, 12:00 AM IN Newsletters

Allergies may actually have originated to protect us against natural toxins: Allergy season came early this year. Unprecedented warmth this winter caused plants to begin blooming earlier than normal, flooding the air with pollen and triggering fits of sneezing, runny noses, itches and rashes.

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April 2012 Newsletter

1st April 2012, 12:00 AM IN Newsletters

Health Canada rules expand food labels to specify allergens, gluten: OTTAWA - New labelling rules will give consumers more detailed information about the presence of allergens, gluten and sulphites in food and drink, Health Canada said Monday.

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March 2012 Newsletter

1st March 2012, 12:00 AM IN Newsletters

Spring Allergies Strike Early This Year: As meteorologists call for an early spring, allergists predict an early and long allergy season for 2012. While many people rejoice when the weather gets warmer, it's not always a pleasant time for everyone.

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February 2012 Newsletter

1st February 2012, 12:00 AM IN Newsletters

Valentine's Day Allergies: This month, love is not the only thing in the air. From chocolates and flowers, to scented oils and stuffed toy animals, popular Valentine's gifts can be quite treacherous to those with allergies and sensitivities.

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January 2012 Newsletter

1st January 2012, 12:00 AM IN Newsletters

Winter can be a bad time for allergy sufferers: Outdoor pollen levels take a dive during winter. However, pollen from outdoors may continue to recirculate in the home and other allergens can make an allergy sufferer miserable.

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October 2011 Newsletter

1st October 2011, 12:00 AM IN Newsletters

“Halloween” Can Trigger Asthma and Allergies: Halloween candy obviously may contain some hidden food allergens, but there are many more unexpected allergy and asthma triggers that can pose a threat to Trick-or-Treaters.

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November 2011 Newsletter

1st October 2011, 12:00 AM IN Newsletters

Stop Rising Allergies? Expose Young Babies To Dust Mites! In a new radical investigation, doctors at Southampton's teaching hospitals in England aim to try and stop the rising allergy epidemic by exposing babies under the age of one to dust mites.

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August 2011 Newsletter

1st August 2011, 12:00 AM IN Newsletters

Nickel Allergies: How this lowly metal drives millions of North Americans into a frenzy of itching.

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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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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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