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Allergy Resource Center

Make Sure Your Dust Mite Allergy is Covered with Protective Bedding
Got Allergies? We have you covered. Allergy bedding comes in a variety of fabrics and sizes, all of which are effective at controlling not only dust mites but pet dander, pollen, bed bugs and other airborne allergens as well. view more»
Living With Cat Dander Allergies
Do you have cats and allergies. You are not alone. It has been estimated that over seventy percent of homes have at least one pet, and also that one in ten adults suffers from dog or cat dander allergies. A great many of allergic people still do have pets in their home. view more»
What Is Contact Dermatitis
You call it a rash. Your doctor calls it dermatitis. Either way, your skin gets red and tender after you've touched something. It could be caused by an allergy, or because the protective layer of your skin got damaged. view more»
How to Neutralize Refrigerator Odors For Good
One question we often get asked is " What do you have that gets rid of the odors in my fridge?" view more»
Are Allergies Inherited and Passed from Generation to Generation
Almost everyone will suffer from allergy at some point in their lives. The question often asked is " Are my allergies Inherited" view more»
HEPA Air Cleaners are Important
If you have asthma or allergy symptoms, an HEPA air filter or room air cleaner can help you to breathe better. Also good for people with COPD (emphysema or chronic bronchitis). view more»
Sneeze-cation - Traveling with Allergies
Ever been on a Sneeze-cation? Traveling with allergies does not have to be a pain. Tips to make your trip as allergy free as possible. view more»
10 Signs You May Have Asthma
We don't want to alarm you but have you or your child have not been feeling 100% for a while? You know something is just not right. Do you find yourself coughing more often or just can’t catch your breath? view more»
Your Stuffy Nose Could Mean More Than a Cold
You have been sneezing and had a runny nose for 2 weeks. What is the deal with this cold that will not go away? You may have allergies. view more»
Maybe Your Food is the Problem Pollen - Food Syndrome
If you have spring or summer pollen allergies, you may have to worry about more than what is in the air. The food you eat may be a problem too! view more»

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