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Dogs, like humans, can develop allergies to number of different things in their lives. common allergies are allergic to grass. If your dog has allergy to grass, which is allergic to pollen in grass, not…

Jojoba oil is natural remedy for skin irritation due to allergies. red scaly patches and bumps respond well to ingredient jojoba called myristic acid. This substance acts as topical steroid to reduce swelling when applied…

Swelling of abdomen and ankles is often caused by edema and fluid retention is often symptom, not disease or disorder. long-term inflammation is often indicator of more serious health problem. Edema is swelling caused by…

If allergy medication fails to control your allergies to mold, or if you are constantly exposed to allergen through your environment, your doctor may suggest immunotherapy. This medical treatment exposes small doses of allergen to…

It is estimated that about 6 million Americans, or about 2 percent of population, suffer from cat allergies. Allergic reactions can range in severity from mild sneezing and runny nose to severe asthma attack. These…

Conjunctivitis, commonly called pink eye, is infectious and contagious eye disease that affects fluids and wet tissues covering eyeball and inside of eyelid lining. If condition is bacterial or viral conjunctivitis does not affect vital…

Nasal congestion occurs when membranes of nose swell, making breathing difficult. Nasal congestion can be caused by common cold, sinusitis, allergies or flu. There are many simple ways to relieve nasal congestion through medicines and…

eyelid swelling can be caused by many things, including allergies, irritation, tear-duct blockage and infection. American Academy of Family Physicians states that swelling of eyelids is usually only cosmetic problem, but it can be sign…

Unlike humans, dogs are generally not stressed or embarrassed by silly things they do. When people are anxious or nervous, sometimes they break out in hives. Allergies can cause hives in people as well, and…

Excess mucus in sinus cavities leads to publish runny nose. Further mucosa lies in back of nose or throat, leading to lot of unpleasant symptoms, including congestion, sore throat, nausea, shortness of breath and coughing.…

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