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People who suffer from asthma may think there’s not a lot they can do to control their asthma besides taking their medications and avoiding allergic triggers. According to a new article in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, asthma sufferers can learn lessons by examining their lifestyle.
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If you have a child with egg allergies, you may have been told they shouldn’t get the shot because of a possible reaction to the trace amounts of egg in the vaccine. But recent research has shown that administration of the flu vaccine is safe for kids with egg allergies.
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Allergens know no boundaries. Every season can bring unforgiving allergy and asthma symptoms to the more than 50 million sufferers in the United States. But with regular visits to an allergist and knowing what triggers your symptoms, your family can be active all day and sleep well at night no matter the season. Learn how to creatively avoid seasonal sneeze and wheeze triggers with these helpful tips:
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