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More Allergy Triggers by Doris C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 07 Mar 2013 6:15pm Following from the previous post, Nickel is another trigger. In addition to the obvious nickel-containing metallic objects like coins and jewelry, nickel is also present in everyday objects like scissors, bathroom and kitchen cabinet handles, and zippers. Do you know that mascara, eye shadow and eye pencils also contain nickel. Experts est ... Read on »
When Allergy Gets in the Way of Vanity by Anthony R. Patient Expert Posted Sat 01 Jan 2011 2:01am My Skin Patch Test (Photos by Weng Bunoan) The Scare of My Life My colleagues and closest friends know that I have a death wish at 50 years old. I always tell myself that I will not grow old despite my having the “ageing gene,” if there is such a thing. You see, majority of my relatives reached old age. Worse, I have a 50 percent chanc ... Read on »
Among Cell-Phone Junkies, Rash on the Rise by Medline Plus Posted Mon 15 Nov 2010 6:00am Skin doctors say nickel allergy is to blame Monday, November 15, 2010 SUNDAY, Nov. 14 (HealthDay News) -- If you're an incessant cell phone user and a mysterious rash appears along your jaw, cheek or ear, chances are you're allergic to nickel, a metal commonly used in cell phones. While allergists ha ... Read on »
Among Cell-Phone Junkies, Rash on the Rise by HealthFinder Posted Sun 14 Nov 2010 9:00am healthnewslink Skin doctors say nickel allergy is to blame. By Julia VanTine HealthDay Reporter SUN ... 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 »
Mercury -- How to Get this Lethal Poison Out of Your Body by Mark Hyman, M.D. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 09 Sep 2009 10:12pm If you are heavy, it could be making you sick and tired and age prematurely. And I don't mean heavy with fat ... I mean heavy with heavy metals -- like mercury! Unfortunately, toxic mercury problems are common. Along with polar bears, beluga whales, ducks, otters, panthers, and all river fish as well as most large ocean fish, we humans are ... Read on »
A Typical Day by Andrea Fabry Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Oct 2009 10:02pm Yesterday was just like any other day. I worked on my blog first thing in the morning while nebulizing my daily dose of glutathione. I made breakfast. Eggs (for those who don't react to them), bacon with no nitrates or preservatives, grapefruit and fruit smoothies. Colin checked his blood sugar. He was 90! A nice start to the day. We did our daily ... Read on »
Dear Mark: Considering Cookware by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 13 Apr 2009 11:00pm Hi Mark, I couldn’t find any MDA posts that tackled the matter of cookware possibly leaching heavy metals and/or toxic chemicals into food. I’ve read that a porcelain/ceramic inside surface is the way to go, (thereby avoiding Teflon and metals), but good-quality examples like Le Creuset are darn expensive, and lesser-quality ones like Heuc ... Read on »
Fashion jewelry with allergies prevention by MichaelWang Posted Mon 27 Jun 2011 6:22am General fashion jewelry, pearls, elegant and avant-garde earrings would lead to dermatitis, symptoms often wear necklaces, rings and other jewels of itching, burning, erythema, peeling, or papules, vesicles and purulent secretions, the formation of severe ulcers, and even trigger asthma and generalized urticaria. Wear jewelry in the elections, yo ... Read on »
Halloween Trappings Can Trigger Asthma, Allergies by HealthFinder Posted Sat 01 Oct 2011 1:00pm healthnewslink Old costumes, moldy pumpkins and makeup preservatives can unexpectedly cause an attack, experts warn. ... Read on »