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Insect Bite Allergy

Allergy to insect stings or bites, scientifically called scrofulous, generate symptoms such as local redness and intense itching, but some individuals may have an exaggerated allergic reaction, called anaphylactic shock, characterized by a drop in blood pressure and extreme difficulty in breathing. ..

Irritant Contact Dermatitis

Irritant contact dermatitis is a type of allergy caused by physical contact with a chemically abrasive agent; physical irritants that cause damage to the skin...

Keratoconjunctivitis

Keratitis is an inflammation that affects both eyes and may injure the surface of the cornea. Treatment includes the use of topical and oral drugs...

Lactose Intolerance

Lactose intolerance is the inability of the organism to digest the sugar present in milk; the lactose...

Latex Allergy

Latex allergy is a reaction the body has when it comes into contact with latex, a substance present in materials made of rubber. Learn more about its symptoms...

Milk Allergy

Milk allergy occurs when a child’s body rejects the protein in cow's milk or any other animal, causing serious health problems that may even lead to death...

Perfume Allergy

Perfume allergy can be identified when the area where the perfume is sprayed turns red, irritated and itchy. However, some individuals are allergic to perfume but show no skin changes, reacting only through irritation in the nose, watery eyes and coughing to the smell in the air...

Pollen Allergy

Pollen allergy is a type of respiratory allergy that manifests itself mainly during the Spring and Fall. During these seasons individuals with pollen allergy may simply feel from nose and throat discomfort...

Respiratory Allergy

One type of respiratory allergy is pollen allergy. People who are allergic to pollen suffer during the changes of seasons of spring and fall...

Rhinosinusitis

Rhinosinusitis is the scientific name for sinusitis. This disease can be classified as acute or chronic depending on the period the symptoms last...

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