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Runny Nose

A runny nose is characterized by inflammation of the nasal passages, producing a runny substance that is transparent, yellow, or mixed with blood...

Salt Therapy

Salt therapy, also known as halotherapy, is a therapy that utilizes the inhalation of non-iodized salt as a complementary resource to anti-allergy therapies, respiratory diseases such as asthma, bronchitis, rhinitis, and even skin diseases such as psoriasis...

Serum Sickness

Serum sickness is a delayed hypersensitivity reaction of the immune system. The disease is characterized by hives, fever, and malaise. Learn more about its symptoms...

Sinus Allergy

Sinus allergy, or allergic sinusitis, is an inflammation of the paranasal sinuses caused by allergy to an external agent, such as mites or different types of foods, for example...

Sinus Allergy Treatment

A great natural treatment for sinus allergy is to drink plenty of fluids, making secretions more fluid and eliminated more easily, avoiding the proliferation of viruses, fungi or bacteria...

Skin Allergy

A skin allergy is an inflammatory reaction that is localized or spread throughout the body. It causes itching, redness, scaling and white spots or reddish skin...

Sun Allergy

Sun allergy is a type of allergy caused by UVA rays that affects women between 15-35 years of age who have fair skin, are elderly, or who use skin treatment drugs...

Sun Allergy Prevention

The symptoms of sun allergy are the formation of red dots in the most susceptible body areas like: arms, face, neck line, hands, and legs...

Sun Allergy Symptoms

The symptoms of sun allergy are more common in fair-skinned women or individuals who are taking photosensitive drugs such as dipyrone, tetracycline, and sulfa-containing antibiotics, for example...

Urticaria

Urticaria, commonly known as hives, is an allergic skin reaction that manifests itself through symptoms such as reddish, itchy, and swollen skin. This is usually a transient allergic reaction, but in almost half of the affected individuals it may become chronic and last for a lifetime...

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