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  • A Focus on Allergies and Asthma: Provides the latest information and therapy options for these disorders.
  • AAFP: Exercise-Induced Anaphylaxis and Urticaria: Description, diagnosis, treatment, and a patient brochure.
  • ABC of Allergies: Adverse Reactions to Drugs: Clinical review by Daniel Vervloet and Stephen Durham. Includes incidence, risk factors, diagnosis, and management.
  • ABC of Allergies: Anaphylaxis: Clinical review by Pamela W. Ewan. Includes definition, incidence, aetiology, clinical features, and management.
  • About, Inc. - Pediatrics: Take the Seasonal Allergy Screening Quiz to see if your kids have symptoms of seasonal allergies, including a runny nose, water eyes, and sneezing.
  • All Allergy Net: Provides information on symptoms, medication, and treatment.
  • Allegra: Allergy relief information containing pollen forecasts and tips for outdoor lovers.
  • Allergic Conjunctivitis: A look at the condition, its prevention, treating the symptoms and if the medicine has side affects.
  • Allergy: In-depth look at this disorder including general information, environmental problems, food, medical problems, medicines, testing, allergy shots and frequently asked questions.
  • Allergy Advice: Information about dust, pollen, and pet allergies including hayfever treatment. From Benadryl.
  • Allergy Authority: Articles and videos on allergy research and treatment options.
  • Allergy Glossary: From the Health On the Net Foundation.
  • Allergy Newswire: Provides archive of articles on allergies and a free monthly newsletter with the latest allergy, hay fever, and pollen information.
  • Allergy Now: A portal designed with the allergy community in mind. Numerous links to information.
  • Allergy Nursing: An allergy nurse answers questions and provides patient-education material from a nursing perspective, and offers a discussion `group` for allied health or technicians in this field.
  • Allergy Prevention Center: A compilation of news, articles and research results for people suffering from allergies.
  • Allergy Web: Offers information for patients and professionals.
  • Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI): Information, articles and news for patients and physicians.
  • Provides information about allergies. Find out the difference between allergy symptoms and a cold, or how to reduce allergens like pollen, mold, and dust mites. Presented by Aventis Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • AllergyVoice: Interactive survey to capture the experiences of people with allergies and take their voice to health care leaders.
  • Allernet: A large variety of resources for allergy sufferers with pollen count maps, photos of mold spores and tree pollens, frequently asked questions, and directories of specialists.
  • Allerpet, Inc.: Allergy information for people who are allergic to dust mites and household pets.
  • Altruis Biomedical Network: Consumer health care web site for general information on allergy drugs and therapies, anti-inflammatory, NSAIDs and corticosteroids.
  • American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology: Offers a locator and phone number for telephone referrals for those looking for an allergist.
  • American Family Physician: A Practical Guide to Anaphylaxis: Includes etiology, differential diagnosis, emergency treatment, management, and a patient brochure.
  • Anaphylaxis Campaign: Official site for the UK charity. Information keyed to varied interests including health professionals and the food industry.
  • Anaphylaxis Canada: Organization providing scientifically based information to promote improved treatment and management of anaphylaxis. Includes FAQ, myths, living with the condition, anaphylaxis registry, programs, and services.
  • Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA): Organization provides free information and education on asthma and allergies, as well as links to regional AAFA groups.
  • Aventis: Provides patients with information about allergies including treatment, medication, chronic idiopathic urticaria, hay fever and respiratory allergies causes.
  • BBC Health: The Allergy Guide offers up-to-date information and useful advice. Information about this disorder as well as what it means to be a sufferer.
  • Chronic Allergies: A practical `resource` for sufferers of seasonal allergies, hay fever or allergic rhinitis. Learn more about symptoms and get tips on how to live with and treat them.
  • Clemson Extension: Dust Mites: Fact sheet on controlling dust mites, which are second only to pollen in causing allergic reactions.
  • A discussion about allergies to cold and what can be done about them.
  • Dust Mites in the Home: Some helpful hints in ridding your house of dust mites. Information from the AAFP.
  • ES Help: Designed to help people suffering from Electrical Sesitivity (Hypersensitivity).
  • Glossary: Words frequently encountered in literature on allergy and asthma.
  • Health Link MCW: Dr. Jordan Fink clears the air with an article entitled: Sneezing, Wheezing, Coughing, Swelling... Is it an Allergy?
  • How Allergies Work: Illustrated guide includes allergy terminology, symptoms, reactions, and causes.
  • InteliHealth: Allergy: Harvard Medical School-reviewed health information on allergy symptoms, causes, treatment, medications and prevention.
  • Keep Kids Healthy: Allergy treatment guide for children to treatment of hay fever, allergies or allergic rhinitis in your children, allergic salute, seasonal and perennial.
  • Living with Allergies: NIAID Fact Sheet: Resources for patients with this disorder.
  • Mayo Clinic: Allergies: Experts offer information about the causes of, along with the latest treatments and steps you can take to prevent allergic reactions and asthma attacks.
  • Medfacts: Types of skin testing, how the tests work, what factors can affect a skin test, skin testing for food allergies and tests considered unnecessary.
  • Middle Ear Disease and Allergy: Presents the evidence that supports the theory that persistant fluid in a child's, or adult's, middle ear is the result of allergy and not infection.
  • My Allergy Net: Facts and findings about allergies and information about how to live with them.
  • My Toxic Life: Gabrielle Taylor's personal account and researches into being diagnosed with dozens of food, chemical and natural allergies after twenty years of random illness.
  • NIAID Fact Sheet: Numerous tips and hints to keeping dust out of the bedroom.
  • NJC: Anaphylaxis Symptoms and Treatment: In-depth description, how and why it can result, and how to prevent it.
  • NYC Pollen Count: Pollen count updates for both local and national pollen count and mold spore count.
  • Northern Allergy Center: A guide to allergies and allergic conditions such as asthma, hay fever and celiac disease.
  • Nutrition for a Living Planet: All the facts about allergies, what causes them and what can help to overcome them.
  • Open Forum: Information about allergies: what they are and what causes them, what people experience, and an allergy forum.
  • Pioneer Thinking: The Environment and Your Health: Read about the environment and how it affects you and your families health. Offered is a `resource` for do it yourself information, solutions and ideas.
  • RXinsider: A free allergies monograph for patient counseling.
  • Rapp Wellness News: Help for children with allergies from Dr. Doris Rapp.
  • Rhinology/Allergy Pages: An educational site for patients about diseases related to the nose, sinuses, head and neck. Numerous topics discussed such as, allergy philosophy, allergen avoidance and medication. Message board on site.
  • Safe4Kids: For kids living with anaphylaxis. Includes games, e-cards, user submitted art, stories, and recipes, and resources for schools and camps, including sample policies and activities.
  • SavonHealth: A comprehensive allergy information site. Browse anonymously or sign up for a personalized report with information specific to your needs.
  • Seasonal Allergy Center: Learn how to identify allergies and ease symptoms. For those who suffer from a seasonal, nasal, sinus, or spring allergy.
  • Severe Allergic Reaction: Links to Anaphylaxis information from
  • Sinus Pharmacy: Feature article on how to win the fight against dust mites.
  • The Allergy Report: Provides healthcare providers with the appropriate tools to recognize, diagnose and treat allergies.
  • WebMD Inc.: Information covering various aspects of allergy, written and reviewed by WebMD doctors.
  • Yahoo! Health - Allergy Health Center: Find information on allergies and their causes, diagnosis, symptoms, different types of treatments, and air quality and pollen maps.
  • Zirtek Allergy: Advice for allergy sufferers to understand and cope with the effects of their allergy including hayfever, dust, animals and skin allergies.
  • eMedicine Health - Allergies: Consumer health `resource` center providing an overview, the causes, symptoms and treatment.

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