Pollen & Mold Allergies

Allergic Rhinitis, also known as hay fever, is the most common form of allergy. This is brought on by air particles such as mold, pollen, dander and other. Symptoms include runny nose, congestion, headache as well as other reactions such as hives. Read more about what causes allergic rhinitis, symptoms and treatments.

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  • Suffering From Spring? You Could Have a Pollen Allergy
    This article can serve as a helpful guide to pollen allergy symptoms and their relief.
  • Dust At Work: Managing Dust Allergies in the Workplace
    Coughing and sneezing all the time at work? You may be one of the many individuals who suffer due to dust allergies in the workplace. This article describes this common problem, and presents advice regarding how you can minimize your exposure to dust at work.
  • Allergic Fungal Sinusitis Overview
    Allergic fungal sinusitis is a noninvasive disease (fungus does not invade the tissues) found in patients with both allergies and sinus problems. Once diagnosed, this condition can be treated with a combination of medicine and surgery.
  • How to Treat Swollen Eyes From Mold Allergy
    Mold is one of the most common allergens in our environment-indoor and outdoor-and one of the most difficult to eradicate. Among other nasty symptoms, you can develop swollen eyes from mold allergy. Here's how to get some soothing relief.
  • Signs and Symptoms of Mold Allergies
    Mold is literally all around us, both indoors and outdoors. For many people, it poses no health problem. For those who are allergic to mold, however, it induces symptoms that range from mildly annoying to life-threatening. Read on to learn about the various symptoms of mold allergies.
  • Understanding & Controlling Airborne Allergens
    As many as 35 million people in the United States suffer allergic reactions to pollen, according to the National Institute for Allergies and Infectious Diseases. Find out about airborne allergens, what are the most common reactions to them and how to control the symptoms.
  • Allergic Conjunctivitis: What Is It & What Causes It?
    Some allergens can lead to an ocular irritation known as allergic conjunctivitis. Your eyes become red, swollen, itchy and watery. Read on to learn the definition of allergic conjunctivitis, causes and treatments.
  • Coffee Mold Allergy - One of the Many Mold Allergies
    Molds are everywhere and coffee is no exception. If you are sensitive to molds perhaps you have to consider coffee mold allergy and how to avoid it.
  • Tips on Managing Cat Allergies
    Your daughter has been begging for a kitten. All of your friends, neighbors, and extended family members have cats. But you're allergic. What are you supposed to do other than collapse into a snuffling, sneezing mess? Try these suggestions on how to manage cat allergies.
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