Best on the Web: Top 5 Allergy Articles
As the summer months continue and our record-setting allergy season causes many of us to wheeze and sniffle, we've rounded up a few of our favorite articles this week discussing allergies and their effects. While most are focused on summertime allergies, pollen and congestion, we've added a few food allergy articles - one sweeter than the other - to perhaps make you seasonal sufferers feel better through empathy.
Not all allergies are caused by the same allergen. Medical
doctors discuss the different types of summertime allergens that people commonly suffer
from during the summer months and how to treat – and proactively prevent – the
symptoms you experience.
Reading Eagle - July 14, 2013 by Sue Wilson
U.K. Woman with Severe Sun Allergy Must Wear a Floor-Length Dress and a HIJAB Every Time She Goes Outside
It is not uncommon for people to be allergic to the suns
rays, but most of those allergies and reactions are mild allowing prescription
medications to allow for a normal, active life. This woman isn’t so fortunate.
Mail Online - July 16, 2013 by Emma Innes
We routinely provide our own tips and tricks for managing
allergies on Facebook, but a few more from other sources never hurt. This list
offers a few creative techniques involving petroleum jelly and honey, too.
Burton Mail - July 15, 2013 by Summer Fun
A heartwarming video of a sweet young girl, a very deadly
food allergy and he quest for a service dog that will help improve her quality
YouTube - July 17, 2013 by ABC Action News
Thought we would end of a sweet note, particularly for all
you foo allergy sufferers - lots of tasty treats made just for you! Our
favorite looks to be the dairy-free cinnamon rolls.
Something Swanky - July 12, 2013 by Megan Lavin