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Burning Mouth Syndrome by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Mon 09 Jul 2012 10:02pm Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) is a painful, frustrating condition often described as a scalding sensation in the tongue, lips, palate, or throughout the mouth. Although BMS can affect anyone, it occurs most commonly in middle-aged or older women. BMS often occurs with a range of medical and dental conditions, from nutriti ... Read on »
The Link Between Allergies and TMJ Disorder by Becky C. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 15 Jul 2009 5:43pm Just how strong is the link between allergies and TMJ Disorder? There’s been surprisingly little study done on this subject, although there are those medical practitioners who feel that at least some cases of TMJ Disorder are caused by allergies. Interestingly, Weston A Price inadvertently suggested a dietary connection to TMJD when he wr ... Read on »
How To Treat Common Food Allergies by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Mon 02 Feb 2009 10:41pm Common food allergies occur most frequently in children, but it is possible for adults to develop them as well. Symptoms of food allergies can include tingling around the mouth, lip swelling or a skin rash. It might also include the more common allergy symptoms like a runny nose and congestion. Stomach upset is typical with many of the common ... Read on »
How To Treat Common Food Allergies by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Mar 2010 10:55am Common food allergies occur most frequently in children, but it is possible for adults to develop them as well. Symptoms of food allergies can include tingling around the mouth, lip swelling or a skin rash. It might also include the more common allergy symptoms like a runny nose and congestion. ... Read on »
Preventing Denture Pain by Mike V. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 06 Nov 2008 11:40pm No matter what your age, your gums continue to change over time, and as they do, dentures that once fit like a glove may begin to feel like hippo teeth. In these cases, your dentures will need to be adjusted or replaced. If you are getting dentures for the first time or having an old pair replaced, expect some discomfort. Denture pain is particu ... Read on »
Allergy Solutions for Sleep Apnea Sufferers by Dr. Steven P. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 21 Apr 2010 2:30pm Spring is in the air, and so are the tree pollens. Millions of people suffer this time of the year from sneezing, scratchy, itchy eyes, nose and throats, nasal congestion and chronic cough. It's also a given that if you have allergies, you won't sleep as well, along with everything from asthma, cough, and sinusitis to diarrhea. So how do alle ... Read on »
Know Your Food Allergy by Yusuf Posted Sat 18 Apr 2009 12:00am It’s critical for people who have food allergies to identify them and to avoid foods that cause allergic reactions. The word ‘allergy’ means that the immune system has responded to a harmless substance as if it were toxic. Allergies are an over-reaction of the body’s immune system to a specific component, usually a ... Read on »
DogAllergiesResource.com's Things You Should Know About Dog Allergies! by Ryan R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 16 Dec 2011 10:46am Things you should know about allergies and your dog! Allergies affect many animals, especially in Houston!  Check out our guest post from  DogAllergiesResource.com . An allergy is described as a hypersensitivity to exposure of a harmless substance, known as an allergen. There are five known types of allergies in dogs , each having bot ... Read on »
Allergic to Fluoride? by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:09pm Dear Dr. Ellie, Is it possible to be allergic to fluoride? My daughter's gums had been red and inflamed for a very long time. Everyone always thought this was due to poor brushing. Her dentist recommended original Crest toothpaste to try to control the tissue sloughing my daughter was experiencing. This did not help. I wondered if s ... Read on »
Say No To Allergy Medications by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 04 Mar 2009 2:09pm My health history included seasonal allergies. When I was younger, nutritionally depleted and stressed, you would find me googly eyed, kleenex box in hand from August 15th until the first freeze in October. I will admit that I did try drugs for my ragweed allergy or hayfever as it's often called. Everyone else popped those over the co ... Read on »