Category Archives: Seasonal Allergies

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Tips for Reducing Allergies in Children

Allergies in children are very unpleasant, but they can be dangerous as well. Extreme allergic reactions to food or pollen

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Ways to Clear Your Seasonal Allergies Naturally

Millions of people suffer from irritating seasonal allergies, so if you have firsthand experience with hay fever, you’re not alone.

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Ways to Add Ginger to Your Breakfast Routine

Ginger is an incredible superfood with powerful medicinal properties. Among its many health benefits, studies have shown that ginger can

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Can Allergies Be Treated with Honey?

Millions of Americans struggle with seasonal allergies every year. It’s tough to deal with congestion, sinus pressure, watery or itchy

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Is There Any Connection between a Sore Throat and Allergies

A sore throat isn’t always an easy fix. Sometimes simply sucking on a lozenge simply isn’t enough. If you tend

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Everything You Need to Know About Integrative Holistic Medicine

Many people who suffer from chronic allergies, aches, and pains will go down the traditional path of Western medicine. While

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Is There a Link between Food Allergies and Childhood Anxiety?

Nowadays, more and more children are dealing with food allergies at a young age. These rising numbers have sparked the

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Will the Keto Diet Help Fight a Flu?

A 2019 Yale study published in Science Immunology is making waves in the keto community. The research suggests that being

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Making Your House Allergy-Proof This Season

The changing seasons are beautiful unless you’re an allergy sufferer. If you have allergies, the falling leaves and dropping temperatures

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Reducing the Effect of Winter Allergies

Winter can mean a lot of different things, but for allergy sufferers, the best part of winter is that there’s