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Critical new allergy pathway: Mouse study discovery points to potential new drug targets for treating asthma, hay fever, and other inflammatory disorders – Science Daily

Researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have identified the sequence of molecular events by which tiny, tick-like creatures called house dust mites trigger asthma and allergic rhinitis. The researchers, whose study was published online June 22 in Nature Immunology, found that allergy-triggering molecules from dust mites can interact with an immune protein… Read More »

Seasonal Allergy VS COVID-19 Symptoms

While some symptoms of the coronavirus overlap with that of an allergy, there are several differences. The Biggest Differences Between Allergy Symptoms (Hay Fever) and Coronavirus? One of the biggest differentiation is fever. Though some people refer to spring allergies as “hay fever”, people with spring allergies do not typically have fevers or achiness. In… Read More »

Common Spring Allergy Symptoms – How to Identify and Treat Allergies – GoodHousekeeping.com

Red itchy eyes, a runny nose, and sneezing galore — if that sounds like you, you’re likely in the midst of an allergy attack. That’s because while springtime means pretty blooming trees and the return of warm weather, it also brings seasonal allergies along for the ride. Not sure if you’ve got ‘em, or wondering… Read More »

Can you take allergy shots while sick

After we do a comprehensive allergy skin test, we can very specifically tailor a mix of allergens that will cover exactly what you are allergic to. We also adjust the amount of each allergen to give you the best results possible. The dizziness, light-headedness, and loss of consciousness are due to dangerously low blood pressure,… Read More »