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Do Mold Allergies Really Make Her Nose Twitch When It’s Going to Rain?!

Is it just a silly superstition? When it’s going to rain, Grandma often said she knew ahead of time, because her nose twitched. Actually,...

The Most Outrageous and Contentious Theory of Allergy and Intolerance

Finally, we come to the newest and, if such a thing is possible, most outrageous and contentious theory of allergy and intolerance. That is...

Are We Addicted to Our Food Allergies?

No reference to allergy and environmental medicine could be complete without some reference to Hans Selye’s hypothesis of stress adaptation. It is something that...

Leaky Gut Syndrome and Food Allergies

Now we come to yet another model of health and disease, concerning the way food residues are dealt with by the gut. It is important...

Hypersensitivity and Allergies

Hypersensitivity (a heightened state of extreme sensitivity) is another word you will hear applied to allergy. There are four distinct types of hypersensitivity: Types...

T-Helpers and Allergy Invaders

When an infective organism invades the tissues, a precise series of events are set up to limit spread of the foreigner and ultimately to...

Quiz Question What Is The Surprise Diagnosis?

Let's see how much you know. Pretend I came to you with this symptom and asked you what to do! Here's the story: the patient...

The Immune System and Allergies

Learning something about the functioning of the immune system is essential to understanding the classic view of allergy. For those of you who want...

Allergy Threshold Levels can Add Up to Trouble

It is implicit in the body load model that you will be able to tolerate a definite level of each stressor and only by...

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