B12 deficiency can impair these crucial functions. Recent research suggests that excess vitamin B12 might lead to allergy-related conditions. Scientists induced allergic airway inflammation in pregnant mice with…

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If you’re producing mucus, it’s likely allergies or cold and flu symptoms, and not a COVID-19 infection. Rajani said a runny nose and mucus is typically clear in…

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How can I stop being allergic to dogs? Lifestyle tips that can reduce the impact of dog allergies include: avoiding touching eyes or face after contact with dogs….

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How do you treat allergic dermatitis? To help reduce itching and soothe inflamed skin, try these self-care approaches: Avoid the irritant or allergen. … Apply an anti-itch cream…

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Histamine can be a migraine trigger, even if a person has absolutely no allergies. Some foods contain histamine. Histamine is also always released as part of the digestive…

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We call this skin allergy “atopy”, and Bichons often have it. Commonly, the feet, belly, folds of the skin, and ears are most affected. Symptoms typically start between…

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It is possible to be mildly allergic to poison ivy, not be allergic to it at all or even to have your tolerance to it change over time….

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In many cases, symptoms of a dog allergy are mild, and a person may still be able to live with a dog if they can manage their symptoms….

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In a home that previously had cats, it may take up to 20 to 30 weeks before the cat allergen concentration is reduced to the levels found in…

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Both H1 and H2 receptors have been implicated in the role of histamine in nociception and chronic pain (Table 1). What are the symptoms of high histamine levels?…

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