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Recent research uncovers tick bite as the cause for a delayed allergic reaction to red meat

27 JUL 2012

If you are a steak lover, enjoy your meat while you can. An article by Susan Wolver, MD, and Diane Sun, MD, from Virginia Commonwealth University in the US, and colleagues, explains why if you have been bitten by a tick, you may develop an allergy to red meat. 448 more words

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Gluten Free Living: Gluten-free wedding bliss - By Jules Shepard

Are there any gluten-free soon to be brides out there?  If so, you may enjoy this article by newlywed gluten free bride Jules Shepard on how she pulled off an entire gluten free wedding.  1,794 more words

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Allergy Shot Vs. Pill: Which Is Right For You?

If you hate needles even more than you hate allergies, there may be some new needle-free allergy relief for you. Earlier this year the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) … 281 more words


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There is promising news for people with peanut allergies: researchers at a U.S. university have found a way to alter the nuts to make them hypoallergenic. 149 more words


DAYARI II: JUNE 26, 2014

The allergy is back. It’s like a thief that comes unexpectedly and I feel like I’m caught with my pants down! It started early this morning as soon as I got up from bed. 154 more words