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  • Allergies (rhinitis)
    Children with allergies tend to get more ear infections, more colds, and have more sleepless nights than their peers. Far too often, the underlying allergies are missed and children are treated for each symptom as it occurs.

  • Allergy and the genito-urinary system
    Bed-wetting Uterine bleeding and almonds! Dairy productsAbdominal cramps / PMSConstant bladder discomfort

  • Calgary Allergy Network
    This is already listed under this category - Common Illnesses - Allergies. The URL at cgi.cadvision.com will soon be phased out. Please update your listing. Thx N Wiebe, Webmaster

  • Introduction to Allergies
    Your 13 month old has been off of formula for a month now, and enjoys drinking milk out of her sippy cup. You've noticed a red, raise rash scattered in different places around her body. She occasionally scratches it, which seems to make it even worse.

  • ACAAI - Children's Allergies
    Any child may acquire allergy, but children from families with a history of allergy are more likely to become allergic. Children may inherit the tendency to become allergic from parents or even grandparents, but only some of them will develop active allergic disease.

  • All About Allergy
    What are allergies? Allergies are physiological reactions caused when the immune system reacts to a specific foreign substance (allergen). Normally, the human body defends itself against harmful substances such as viruses or bacteria, but, sometimes, the defenses aggressively attack usually innocuous substances such as dust, mold, or pollen.

  • AllAllergy.Net
    Your Gateway to All Asthma, Allergy and Intolerance Information on the Web.

  • Allergic-Child
    It is overwhelming, at first, to have a child with life-threatening food allergies. It may also be fearful for your child. At this site, we hope to provide you with some empathy and understanding along with some information, web site links, and books on the various food and other allergies that you might encounter.

  • Allergies 101
    Articles and Information About Allergies.

  • Allergies at School
    The number of allergic children is on the rise throughout the world. And it's not just home-work they're allergic to! In a recent study carried out in a Paris suburb, more than 20% of the population of school children were suffering from allergies, and that is what is happening in most cities around the world.

  • Allergies in Children
    Allergies can be as minor as sneezing and itching. For some children, however, allergies can become very serious or even life-threatening. Whether minor or serious, allergies can be prevented and controlled. The more you understand about allergies and asthma - the symptoms, causes, and treatments - the better prepared you will be to help improve the quality of life for you and your child.

  • Allergy Asthma Technology
    Allergy Asthma Technology, a site dedicated to helping reduce exposure to allergens as simply and effectively as possible.

  • Allergy - from Intelihealth
    An overview of allergies from Intelihealth.

  • Allergy Glossary
    This glossary is intended to help you find as much information as possible on allergies. It contains common most appellations as well as medical terms. You can use the alphabetical index above to find the word you are looking for.

  • Allergy info from Kidgrowth.com
    Articles and health information from their experts regarding allergies.

  • Allergy Internet Resources
    These Allergy and Asthma resources on the Internet are readable and informative. This is a starter collection of links on Allergy topics, to help Allergy discussion group members.

  • Allergy Nursing
    Allergy nurse experienced in this field answers questions, shares tips and helps for consumers suffering with allergies.

  • Allergy Society of South Africa
    ALLSA is the national Allergy Society of South Africa representing all related allied health professionals. The purpose of ALLSA is: to advance the knowledge and practice of allergy and immunology through publications, meetings, and conferences; to foster the education of both students and the public; to promote and stimulate allergy and immunology research study; and, to encourage cooperation among those engaged in the field of allergy and immunology.

  • Allergy Store
    Asthma and Allergy Control Products, Air Cleaners, Mattress Encasing and Dust Mite Control Products.

  • Asthma and Allergies
    Asthma and Allergies Foundation is a leading non profit organization dedicated to providing the quality of life for people with asthma and allergies.

  • British Allergy Foundation
    The Foundation exists to provide information, advice and support to people affected by allergy. On this site you will find information about the Foundation, about allergies and allergy testing, as well as where to get more help for those who have allergic reactions, and details about our Seal of Approval.

  • Chemical Sensitivity
    Although the symptoms may resemble some of the manifestations of allergies, sensitivity to chemicals does not represent a true allergic reaction.

  • Comeunity: Allergies
    Annotated resources for children suffering from allergies.

  • Focus On Allergies
    FocusOnAllergies.com, health and medical information written and reviewed by our board-certified physicians.

  • Food Allergy News For Kids
    Allergy Information focused on kids.

  • Health World - Allergies
    A good general resource for information about children's allergies.

  • Nine Ways to Allergy Proof Your Child
    While many allergies stem from the genes the allergy-prone genes your child is born with, there are many things a parent can do to both lessen their child's chance of becoming allergic and how severely these allergies bother the child:

  • Parents of Allergic Children
    Information on Allergies, ADHD, autism and more.

  • Parents Play Key Role in Minimizing Impact of Children's Allergies
    Pediatric allergies are a chronic disease affecting more than 20 percent of school-age children and must be diagnosed early and treated properly. Parents must take a proactive role in identifying their child's allergy symptoms and in seeking proper treatment. By doing so, parents can ensure a child's physical symptoms are properly managed and quality of life is restored.

  • PeanutAllergy.Com
    This site contains information and products pertaining to living with peanut allergies.

  • Primary Immune Deficiency Disease
    The mission of ASCIA is to advance the science and practice of clinical immunology and allergy, by promoting education and the highest standard of ethical medical practice.

  • The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
    Today, NIAID provides the major support for scientists conducting research aimed at developing better ways to diagnose, treat and prevent the many infectious, immunologic and allergic diseases that afflict people worldwide.

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