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    The Allergy March

    The Allergy March What is the Allergic March? The “Allergic March” is a term that describes how allergic diseases progress throughout one’s life.The Allergic March usually begins with eczema – a dry, red, scaly rash that causes considerable itching and discomfort. Eczema is most commonly diagnosed within the first few months of life. In 1/3

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    • 14 SEP 17
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    Sulfa drugs allergy

    What is sulfa drugs allergy? Sulfa drugs allergy refers to the adverse reactions noted in your body following consumption of drugs belonging to the group of sulfonamides. This group of drugs was one of the commonly advised antibiotics. You may develop allergic reactions that resemble any other allergy a few minutes or few hours after

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    • 14 SEP 17
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    Sinusitis

    Sinusitis     What are sinuses? The sinuses are small, air filled spaces inside the cheekbones and forehead. They make some mucus that drains into the nose through small channels. What is sinusitis? Sinusitis means inflammation of a sinus. Most bouts of sinusitis are caused by an infection.   What are the different types of

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    • 24 SEP 17
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    Sesame Allergy

    Sesame Allergy What is Sesame Allergy? A recent study showed that sesame allergy was the fourth most common food allergy in the world children, behind egg, milk and peanut. Sesame allergy seems to affect all ages, which implies that this food allergy is not commonly outgrown.   Which food and products that contain sesame seeds?

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