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Could Pests, Dust Lower Kids' Odds for Asthma?

Posted 2 days 11 hours ago by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, Sept. 21, 2017 – Early exposure to pest and pet allergens – cockroaches and mice droppings included – may actually guard children against asthma, a new study of inner-city kids suggests. "This confirms a similar finding last year that June Cleaver was, in fact, wrong," said Dr. Kelvin MacDonald, a pediatric lung specialist at Doernbecher Children's Hospital in Oregon who reviewed the findings. "So the apron and string of pearls and Lysol-disinfected home are probably not to your benefit." But don't ditch your feather duster yet, Mom. If a child actually had asthma, then reducing exposure to these allergens helps control the respiratory condition. Plus, an analysis of dust from homes where kids developed the disease by age 7 found elevated levels of certain harmful bacteria, including some present in feces. And a child's asthma risk is significantly higher if their mom ... Read more

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The Best Way to Diagnose a Food Allergy

Posted 15 days ago by Drugs.com

FRIDAY, Sept. 8, 2017 – Diagnosing a food allergy isn't always simple, but the best way to do it is through an oral food challenge, according to a new study. "It's important to have an accurate diagnosis of food allergy so an allergist can make a clear recommendation as to what foods you need to keep out of your diet," said study senior author and allergist Dr. Carla Davis. "And if no allergy exists, that clears the way to reintroduce foods you may have thought were off-limits," said Davis, an associate professor of pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. During an oral food challenge, patients are asked to eat a very small amount of a suspected allergen while under the close supervision of a specially trained doctor, called an allergist. This doctor will evaluate the person for signs of an allergic reaction. Researchers who analyzed more than 6,300 oral food challenges ... Read more

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Be Cautious Going Home After Hurricane Harvey

Posted 17 days ago by Drugs.com

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 6, 2017 – As people return to flood-affected homes in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, they need to take precautions to stay safe and healthy, the American Thoracic Society (ATS) says. The massive storm left hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses in southeast Texas flooded and about 50,000 people displaced. Each year, there are more than 150 flood-related deaths in the United States and many of those deaths occur from electrocution, carbon monoxide poisoning or other accidents when residents return to flooded homes. In such situations, electricity and gas should be turned off immediately to avoid shocks and gas leaks, the ATS advised. All mud and water that has entered the home should be considered contaminated. Wear protective equipment such as masks, gloves and glasses until cleanup is complete. Soiled or saturated porous materials such as carpets and furniture ... Read more

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How to Fight Fall Allergies

Posted 28 Aug 2017 by Drugs.com

SUNDAY, Aug. 27, 2017 – People who suffer from allergies may start sneezing and wheezing in the fall, but there are things they can do to ease their seasonal misery. "If it feels as though your allergy symptoms flare up earlier and earlier every year, you're probably not wrong," said Dr. Stephen Tilles, president of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI). "Climate change may actually be causing an earlier and longer fall allergy season," he added in an ACAAI news release. "In addition, windy days can mean heightened allergy symptoms, because wind can carry the pollen from ragweed, grasses and trees up to 100 miles from its source." Tilles provided the following tips to help people with seasonal allergies avoid flare-ups of their symptoms: Plan ahead. So-called "fall" allergens actually start to appear in mid-August. If you rely on allergy medication, start ... Read more

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Scientists Gain Insight Into Allergies

Posted 2 Aug 2017 by Drugs.com

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 2, 2017 – Scientists report they've pinpointed which immune system cells trigger allergies. The discovery may someday lead to a blood test that improves treatment, they suggest. These cells "represent a common enemy to every allergic individual that we can now easily track," said study author Erik Wambre. He's an immunology researcher at Seattle's Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason. Allergic reactions stem from an inappropriate immune response to usually benign substances such as mold, pollen or peanuts. In the United States, almost 50 million Americans have nasal allergies, and as many as 200 die from serious food allergies a year. According to Wambre, more "biomarkers" – signs of illness that can show up in tests – are needed to improve allergy detection and assess treatment. At the moment, doctors rely on skin pricks to test your reaction to ... Read more

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Does Your Child Really Have a Food Allergy?

Posted 24 Jul 2017 by Drugs.com

MONDAY, July 24, 2017 – Many people misunderstand what food allergies are, and even doctors can be confused about how to best diagnose them, suggests a new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics. It's common for people to think they have a food allergy, but the reality may be different, said Dr. Scott Sicherer, the lead author of the AAP report. "If you ask someone on the street if they have a food allergy, there's a good chance they'll say 'yes,' " said Sicherer, who heads pediatric allergy and immunology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. But a true food allergy involves an immune system reaction against a particular food, he explained. Just because you think a food upsets you, that doesn't mean it's an allergy, Sicherer said. And it's critical to distinguish an allergy from other "adverse reactions" to food, he stressed. "Some people may have an intolerance, such as ... Read more

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Making the Most of Childhood Wellness Visits

Posted 21 Jul 2017 by Drugs.com

FRIDAY, July 21, 2017 – Babies born today will have about a dozen wellness visits by the time they reach age 3. At that point, these checkups typically drop to just once a year, often before kids head back to school. So it's important to make the most of each visit, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. These visits include a physical exam as well as developmental, behavioral and learning assessments. They're also your opportunity to ask questions. With limited time in the exam room, make your list of questions in advance and prioritize them in order of importance. Also, ask any caregivers who spend lots of time with your child if they have questions or concerns that you should bring up. Talk about school safety with the pediatrician, including on the playground and in the cafeteria, especially if your child has allergies. And ask about any precautions to take if your ... Read more

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Quitting Smoking Can Bring Healthier Sinuses Years Later: Study

Posted 13 Jul 2017 by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, July 13, 2017 – Smoking can wreak havoc on your sinuses, but new research shows symptoms reverse within 10 years after quitting the bad habit. Researchers believe the findings may provide new motivation for smokers to stop smoking. "If patients tell me that they are smoking, I now have direct evidence to say that the same symptoms that are making them miserable are exacerbated further by smoking," said senior study author Dr. Ahmad Sedaghat, a sinus surgeon at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. "On the other hand, we can also be optimistic, because we have evidence to suggest that if you quit smoking, things will get better – on the order of 10 years," he added in a hospital news release. Sedaghat is also an assistant professor of otolaryngology at Harvard Medical School. Chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) leads to facial pain, poor sleep and trouble breathing due to blocked ... Read more

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Climate Change Delivers 'Double Whammy' to 4 in 10 Americans

Posted 12 Jul 2017 by Drugs.com

WEDNESDAY, July 12, 2017 – Four in 10 Americans live in areas where they face a climate change-linked "double whammy" of smog and high ragweed pollen levels. That's the conclusion of a new report from the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). Washington, D.C., was the worst of these "hot spots," the findings showed. People in areas with high levels of ozone smog and ragweed pollen are at increased risk for respiratory allergies and asthma. This can lead to more sick days, increased medical costs, and a higher number of heart problems and premature deaths each year, the report authors noted in an NRDC news release. "It's alarming: Today, 127 million Americans live where ragweed and ozone can threaten their next breath. And climate change can make matters worse," said project leader Kim Knowlton, a senior scientist at the NRDC. "This double-whammy health threat will just get worse if ... Read more

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Could a Sweet Tooth in Pregnancy Spur Allergies in Kids?

Posted 6 Jul 2017 by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, July 6, 2017 – Bingeing on chocolate, pastries and soda during pregnancy might have an unintended downside – setting kids up for asthma and allergies, new research suggests. The study of more than 9,000 mother-child pairs in Britain can't prove cause-and-effect. However, the researchers found that children born to the 20 percent of mothers with the highest sugar intake during pregnancy were 38 percent more likely to have an allergy by the age of 7, and 73 percent more likely to have two or more allergies. The children were assessed at age 7 for common allergies such as dust mites, cat and grass. Compared to children born to women in the lowest category of sugar intake, these kids also had double the odds for allergic asthma, the researchers found. The British team stressed that the association remained even after they factored out the kids' own daily sugar intake. "We cannot ... Read more

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Health Tip: Rid Your Bedroom of Allergens

Posted 29 Jun 2017 by Drugs.com

-- Sneezing and sniffling triggered by allergies can prevent a good night's sleep. The National Sleep Foundation suggests how to rid your bedroom of allergens: If you're allergic to pets, keep them out of the bedroom. Bathe pets weekly. Cover your mattress and pillows in dust mite covers, and wash sheets regularly in hot water. Opt for blankets made of synthetic materials, not wool. Limit mold by keeping windows open in the bathroom. Fix leaks and clean up water promptly. If you do have a moldy area, hire a professional to clean it. Skip candles, scented laundry detergent, air fresheners and other heavy fragrances in your bedroom. Clean furnace, air conditioner and vacuum filters regularly. Read more

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Health Tip: Recognizing Summer Allergy Symptoms

Posted 15 Jun 2017 by Drugs.com

-- Allergies can cause symptoms that go well beyond the tell-tale red eyes, runny nose, sneezing and case of the sniffles. The American College of Asthma, Allergy & Immunology says additional symptoms of allergies may include: Allergic shiners, characterized by dark circles under the eyes. A tired, droopy look to the face caused by swollen adenoids. A line that forms on the bridge of the nose, called a nasal crease, from frequently rubbing of an itchy nose. Breathing through the mouth. Read more

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A Sufferer's Guide to Easin' Sneezin' Season

Posted 14 Jun 2017 by Drugs.com

WEDNESDAY, June 14, 2017 – When seasonal allergies strike, what remedy is right for you? The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has some answers. An allergy is your body's reaction to a substance it considers an invader. The body reacts to that invader by releasing chemicals called histamines, which cause the sneezing, wheezing and itchy, watery eyes that make life miserable, the FDA explains. Antihistamines are available in many forms, including tablets and liquids. Many oral antihistamines are available over-the-counter (OTC) and some are available by prescription and in generic form, according to the FDA. When choosing an OTC antihistamine, always follow label instructions, said Dr. Jenny Kelty, a pediatric pulmonologist at the FDA. Some can cause drowsiness and interfere with your ability to drive or operate heavy machinery. Others do not have this side effect, she noted in an FDA ... Read more

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Climate Change May Up Asthma Irritant, Study Says

Posted 8 Jun 2017 by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, June 8, 2017 – Climate change may increase people's exposure to an outdoor fungus that can damage airway cells, leading to a rise in asthma and allergy symptoms, a new study contends. The widespread fungus, called Alternaria alternata, produces spores in the dry, warm weather of late summer and early fall, said the researchers from the University of Minnesota and the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. Previous research has shown that the fungus produces up to three times more spores when atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) levels are high. Rising CO2 emissions are thought to contribute to climate change. In some people, exposure to the spores can trigger allergy symptoms and asthma, the researchers explained. For this study, the research team exposed cells from the linings of human airways to Alternaria and found it produced more cell damage. They warned that climate change might ... Read more

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Shifting Weather Can Unleash Pollen 'Superburst'

Posted 2 Jun 2017 by Drugs.com

FRIDAY, June 2, 2017 – The changeable weather that many areas of the United States experiences may lead to a pollen "superburst" – and for allergy sufferers that may mean misery, a sinus specialist cautions. "It promises to be a nasty spring," Dr. Jordan Josephson, from Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, said in a hospital news release. Usually, pollens come in waves. First, trees, then weeds, then grasses. But this year, they may all hit around the same time, he said. About 60 million Americans suffer from pollen allergies. Symptoms can include nasal stuffiness and discharge, headaches, cough, sore throat, swollen glands, hoarseness, bad breath, mouth breathing, chapped lips, decreased sense of smell or taste, facial and dental pain, general fatigue, ear pressure, hearing loss and dizziness. It's important to deal with allergy symptoms immediately, Josephson said. "Allergies left ... Read more

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phenylephrine / pyrilamine, chlorpheniramine / pseudoephedrine, dexbrompheniramine / hydrocodone / phenylephrine, dexbrompheniramine / pseudoephedrine, dexchlorpheniramine / dextromethorphan / pseudoephedrine, dexchlorpheniramine / methscopolamine / pseudoephedrine, Semprex-D, Alenaze-D, TanaCof DM, Codituss DM, K-Tan, Ryna-12, Novafed A, Ru-Hist Forte, Chlorex-A 12, Phena-Plus, Ricobid NR, Codimal DM, Ed ChlorPed, Viravan-T, Bromhist Pediatric, Comtrex Sinus and Nasal, BroveX-D, Ben-Tann, Dytan, Benaphen Plus, Dytan-D, Pediatex-CT, D-Tann, K-Tan 4, Deconsal CT, Decon-A, Complete Allergy, Mintex PSE, Palgic DS, Dallergy-JR, Congestant, Relera, Xiral SR, Allerhist-1, Tavist-1, Deconsal DM, Dytuss, Coldec, Medi-Sleep, Tavist ND, Brovex CT, Dynahist ER, Histade CR, Chlor-Trimeton Decongestant, Ricobid H, Aller-Chlor, Coldec D, Clinacort, Contac 12 Hour Allergy, Allerphed, AccuHist Pediatric, Lodrane Liquid, Nalfed, Touro Allergy, Andehist NR Syrup, Bromaline, Bromaxefed RF Syrup, Q-Tapp, Bromhist Pediatric Drops, acetaminophen / chlorpheniramine, Iofed, Unit-Hist Drops, Di-Bromm, Bromhist-NR, Brovex SR, LoHist-PD, J-TanD PD, Trinalin Repetabs, Seldane-D, Bromfenex PE, Pseubrom, Ultrabrom, Bromfed-PD Capsules, Touro A&H, CP Dec, Cardec Drops, P-Tann D, Triaminic Cold & Allergy, ChlorTan D, Rinate Pediatric, Ed ChlorPed D, Endafed, Shellcap, M-Hist TD, Allent, Shellcap PD, Lodrane LD, Nalfed PD, Respahist, Iofed PD, Ultrabrom PD, Pseubrom-PD, Bromfenex PD, Bromfenex PE Pediatric, Rhinabid PD, Histadec, Histatan, Rhinatate, Url-Tannate Pediatric, Tritan, Tanamine, R-Tannamine, Tanoral, URL-Tannate, Triotann, Triotann Pediatric, Tri-Tannate Pediatric, Tri-Gestan S, Tri-Hist Pediatric, Tri Tann Pediatric, AllerTan, Conal, Allercon, Genac, Triafed, Triposed, Rhinatate Pediatric, Tanamine Pediatric, BPM PE, Atrohist Pediatric, B-Vex D, Bromaphedrine D, Alenaze-D NR, VaZol-D, Dimaphen Elixir, Alacol, Benylin Multi-Symptom, Actifed Allergy Day / Night, Tavist NightTime Allergy, Rynatan-S Pediatric, Tri-Tannate, R-Tannate Pediatric, Gelhist Pediatric, R-Tannate, Triotann-S, R-Tannamine Pediatric, Triotann-S Pediatric, Tanoral Pediatric, Equitan Pediatric, Triple Tannate Pediatric, PediaTan D, Tannate Pediatric, Tavist Allergy, D-Amine-SR, Chlorafed HS Timecelles, Codimal-LA, Kronofed-A-Jr, Dura-Tap / PD, Fedahist Timecaps, Orlenta, Chlorphedrin SR, Colfed-A, Deconomed SR, Fedahist, Pseudocot-C, Duralex, Rinade-BID, Suphenamine-SR, Isophen-DF, Kronofed-A, ND Clear, Chlordrine SR, Anamine TD, Tanafed, Histalet, Chlorafed Timecelles, Zymine XR, Polaramine Repetabs, Dimetapp Allergy, Dimetane Extentab, Siltane, Lodrane XR, P-Tex, Bromaphen, J-Tan PD, Anergan 50, Clorfed, Adgan, Phenazine 50, Phenergan Fortis, Antinaus 50, Optimine, Claritin Hives Relief, Wal-itin, Clear-Atadine Children's, Nytol Maximum Strength, Time-Hist, Brexin LA, C Phen Drops, Novahistine Elixir, Sudal-12, Pediox Chewable, C-Phed Tannate, De-Congestine, Sudal-12 Chewable, Dicel, Sudal-12 Tannate, SudaHist, Histatab Plus, Suclor, Ed A-Hist LA, Dallergy Drops, Ceron Drops, Allan Tannate Pediatric, Chlor-Mes Jr, Rondex, Rondex Drops, Dec-Chlorphen, Dec-Chlorphen Drops, Re2+30, Mintex, Rescon-Ed, Histafed LA, Pseudochlor, Cophene No 2, Anamine, Klerist-D, Codimal-LA Half, Fedahist Gyrocaps, Clorfed II, Curaler, Chlorafed, Aller-Chlor Decongestant, Histade, Sudogest Plus, Ryna Liquid, Genaphed Plus, Hayfebrol Liquid, Suphedrine Plus, Allerest Maximum Strength, Tavist-DA, Dynahist-ER Pediatric, CP-Tannic, LoCort