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Other Allergies
Hearing a word “allergy” we usually think of skin irritation, eyes redness, running nose or other similar allergic reactions, caused by dust mites or pollen. However, it is unfortunate but true that there are many other types of allergies besides most common asthma, hay fever, hives, and eczema.  
 
In fact, there are a great number of substances, which may cause allergic reactions in some people. Even the foods we eat may introduce hidden threats for persons, who are predisposed to allergies. Moreover, even milk, which is the key food product for babies of all mammals, including people, can be a source of allergic disorders.
 
Lactose intolerance and celiac disease are only some examples of allergies, caused by common and ordinary things, which are not usually perceived as the allergens. The more you read about different types of allergies – the more you understand how insidious those disorders can be, setting traps in the most unexpected places. Even jewelry and perfumes can cause allergic reactions in some people.
 
In order not to find ourselves in some of those allergies traps, we would probably better learn as much as possible about different types of allergies, even about the most exotic ones; and here where Pillwatch.com can be of help: our articles reveal the secrets of different types of allergies from the most widely spread to more rare conditions, like celiac disease or jewelry allergy. The description of symptoms, investigation of causes and triggers, overview of modern medicinal options to fight allergies – all is here at one place, waiting for your attention.
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Lactose Intolerance Quiz
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Celiac disease belongs to quite insidious health disorders. It appears for no apparent reason, its symptoms are often hidden, and may vary drastically from person to person, and, finally, there is no medication that could help to cure or treat the ...
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Jewelry Allergy Overview
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Allergy to Insect Stings and Bites
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Latex Allergy: Signs, Causes and Management
General Natural rubber latex is an essential component of about 40,000 modern products. Very often it is used as a barrier material, which is aimed at protecting people from contact with ...

How to Control Dust Mites?
Dust mites are named the second most frequent trigger of allergy in people. Perhaps, this can be explained by the fact that these tiny creatures are everywhere. The largest number of them is in our ...

What is Dust Mites Allergy and Where it Comes from?
To answer the question you should first know what is dust mites? And here comes the ugliest part, because you don’t want to know. Dust mites are tiny little things – bugs, ...

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Drug Allergy?
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What Is the Difference between Drug Allergy and Drug Side Effect?
Why do we need to take drugs? Why do we take them? To get rid of some hard to tolerate condition or uncomfortable symptoms or to get relieve from some illness. Drugs in most cases treat ...

How to Deal with Lactose Intolerance?
There is bad news and there is good news for all those people, who suffer from the type of allergy, known as lactose intolerance. The bad one is that lactose intolerance cannot be cured or healed by means of modern ...

Lactose Intolerance: What does It Mean?
Lactose intolerance is a condition characterized by the inability of the digestive system to digest lactose. The latter is a major sugar found in milk.   In order to be successfully absorbed by the body and enter ...

Food Allergens – What Are They?
“What defiles a person is not what goes into the mouth; it is what comes out of the mouth that defiles a person”, says one the wisest books ever created on Earth. Of course, food cannot defile one’s ...

Celiac Disease Treatment: Gluten-free Diet
Modern official medicine is quite an interesting thing: in our perception it is usually associated with pills and hospitals; in reality it sometimes manages to eliminate diseases without those trappings.   A good ...

Celiac Disease: General Overview
Wise people say that a human being eats to live, not lives to eat. The role of healthy nutrition, nevertheless, should not be underestimated. Food we consume enables us to lead our lives, to think, to feel, to create, ...
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