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According to a study published in the May issue of Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, chalk dust can contain the milk protein, casein, triggering respiratory symptoms in milk allergic students.
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Spring is in the air – and that means pollen, mold spores and other airborne allergens are going to make millions of Americans sneeze and wheeze. To help you better combat symptoms this sneezing season, ACAAI has answered some of the most frequently asked questions
If you’re an asthmatic adult, you likely have an allergy. According to a new study published in ACAAI’s scientific journal, 65 to 75 percent of adult asthmatics have at least one allergy.
Allergens know no boundaries. Every season can bring unforgiving allergy and asthma symptoms to the more than 50 million sufferers in the United States. But with regular visits to an allergist and knowing what triggers your symptoms, your family can be active all day and sleep well at night no matter the season. Learn how to creatively avoid seasonal sneeze and wheeze triggers with these helpful tips:
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