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Drug Allergies - What Causes Them?

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Drug Allergies   Risk vs. benefit. So goes the credo when deciding whether to use a medication. All things taken into account, including the disease—untreated vs. treated, the side effects, the allergic reactions, and the untoward effects, it will either be better or worse for a person to take any medication.   Aren’t you what you eat? We have evolved as a self-contained bag of processes, using biochemistry to make energy, regulate processes, and control organs. Introducing a substance that has a chemistry that isn’t the same is going to get noticed by your body. Thankfully, whether helpful or not, your body uses three main things to eliminate danger: Gastrointestinal—digestive acids and the filtering absorption properties of stomach and intestinal cells can modify medication taken orally.   You are not what you absorb!   Hepatic—the liver alters the molecules of foreign chemicals so that they can be excreted into the c ...

Seasonal Allergies – Frequently Asked Questions Resolved

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  Can seasonal allergies cause acne?   No. But they can stimulate an acne tendency. Acne is a pore problem, but if allergies irritate the skin (your skin can be allergic, just like your eyes or throat), cellular debris will build up faster. So, no, but indirectly…yes.   What do seasonal allergies feel like?   Since seasonal allergies are a group of conditions, there can be any combination of sneezing, runny nose, sore throat, itchy throat, itchy ears, poor sleep at night, and itchy eyes.   When does spring allergy season end?, when is allergy season in my particular area? When does it end?   The following map can help you determine whether allergy season has kicked in your particular area in the United States. This tool is hosted in WebMD.    Source:      This other map can help you determine if allergy season has started in your provi ...

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