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2014 ragweed update
2014/08/18

2014 ragweed update

What you need to know about ragweed There are many reasons to hate the ragweed plant. Not only does it grow from May to October, ending only with the first frosts, but it also continues to produce pollen long after other plants have stopped. The pollen of the ragweed plant can trigger a variety of…

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Ragweed revealed!
2014/08/17

Ragweed revealed!

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Seasonal allergies in your region
2014/05/30

Seasonal allergies in your region

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How do antihistamines work?
2014/05/30

How do antihistamines work?

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Facts about hives!
2014/09/18

Facts about hives!

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I’m a diabetic. Can I take anti-histamines?
2012/12/20

I’m a diabetic. Can I take anti-histamines?

By François-Xavier Maher
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Why have my allergy symptoms gotten worse over the last few years?
2012/09/24

Why have my allergy symptoms gotten worse over the last few years?

By Dr. Normand Dubé
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My allergy symptoms seem to be the worst in rainy weather and I don’t understand why
2012/07/16

My allergy symptoms seem to be the worst in rainy weather and I don’t understand why

By Dr. John Weisnagel
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What are the main skin reactions linked to allergies and what causes them?
2013/07/12

What are the main skin reactions linked to allergies and what causes them?

By Dr. John Weisnagel

The first skin manifestation, observed in infants, which has always been considered linked to "allergies", is infantile eczema. It has been named "atopic dermatitis" as it occurs early on in the lives of "atopic" children, i.e. allergic children who develop allergic respiratory syndromes such as recurring respiratory tract infections, asthma and food allergies, which arise…

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Allergy pop quiz!
2014/09/18

Allergy pop quiz!

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Allergies and back-to-school
2012/09/07

Allergies and back-to-school

By Dr. Marie-Josée Francoeur
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Allergies in children: when should an allergist be consulted?
2011/09/26

Allergies in children: when should an allergist be consulted?

By Dr. Marie-Josée Francoeur
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Are allergies hereditary?
2011/09/12

Are allergies hereditary?

By Dr. Marie-Josée Francoeur
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How to avoid allergies to dust mites
2012/08/20

How to avoid allergies to dust mites

By Dr. Devi Banerjee

Dust mites are a very small type of insect, usually too small to be seen by the naked eye. They are very common in our environment, and are found in carpeting, mattresses and pillows, cloth curtains, upholstered furniture and stuffed animal toys. They should not be confused with bed bugs, however. Dust mites are allergenic,…

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Off to the Farm – Spring has Sprung
2012/04/02

Off to the Farm – Spring has Sprung

By Dr. Antony J.Ham Pong
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Discover what you didn't know about winter allergies
2011/10/07

Discover what you didn't know about winter allergies

By Dr. Antony J.Ham Pong
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Get a Head Start in Your Fight Against Allergy Symptoms
2011/08/08

Get a Head Start in Your Fight Against Allergy Symptoms

By François-Xavier Maher
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Allergies and other factors unique to the urban or rural environment
2013/10/22

Allergies and other factors unique to the urban or rural environment

By Dr. Raymond D. Stein

About 20% of the general population has an allergic diathesis or genetic predisposition to manifest with symptoms of allergic disease, most notably allergic rhinitis and conjunctivitis often accompanied by eczema or atopic dermatitis. This inherent propensity to develop the above clinical disorders remains the same regardless of whether the individual lives in a rural or…

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What are the main skin reactions linked to allergies and what causes them?
2013/07/12

What are the main skin reactions linked to allergies and what causes them?

By Dr. John Weisnagel
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Getting tested for allergies
2012/11/14

Getting tested for allergies

By Dr. John Weisnagel
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Can headaches be a symptom of allergies?
2012/09/26

Can headaches be a symptom of allergies?

By Dr. Normand Dubé
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Seasonal vs. perennial allergies
2011/06/27

Seasonal vs. perennial allergies

By Dr. Rémi Gagnon

When talking about perennial or seasonal allergies, we are talking about respiratory allergies, For people suffering of seasonal allergies, their symptoms will occur only during a particular period of the year, while people diagnosed with perennial allergies will be inconvenienced all year. Seasonal allergies are commonly known as hay fever. Hay refers to grass pollen,…

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The most common allergens in children
2011/05/30

The most common allergens in children

By Dr. Marie-Josée Francoeur
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Can an Adult Develop Allergies Later in Life?
2011/07/11

Can an Adult Develop Allergies Later in Life?

By Dr. Devi Banerjee
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What type of allergy affects the largest number of people?
2011/03/07

What type of allergy affects the largest number of people?

By Dr. Devi Banerjee
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