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Chrome 2001

Common Questions About Allergies
What is an allergy? What causes allergies? These questions and more are answered and explained.
What Are Allergies and Who is at Risk?
Allergies are an abnormal sensitivity to a substance called an allergen that is eaten, inhaled or touched, and that most other people can tolerate without trouble.
Common Myths About Allergies
Do you know the truth about your allergies?
Allergies During Pregnancy
If you're allergic and pregnant, you might be wondering if your allergies or medications could harm your baby.

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Types Of Allergies

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Children And Allergies
Penicillin Allergy In Children
Children with allergies are more likely to have severe reactions to penicillin than children who don't have allergies.
Latex Allergy In Children
Some children exhibit a hypersensitivity to latex, the natural rubber found in rubber gloves, balloons, baby-bottle nipples, toys and pacifiers.
Insect Stings In Children
Your child is stung by a honeybee. Is this a medical emergency? In most cases, it is not.
Airborne Allergies In Children
Grasses, trees and weeds aren't the only things that release allergens into the air. Other airborne allergens come from pets, molds, dust mites and cockroaches.


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