Website will serve as central depository for up-to-date and accurate allergy information.
(PRWEB) June 27, 2010 -- The new website Allergy Treatments and Symptoms, located at http://allergytreatmentsandsymptoms.com/, went online last week with a wealth of helpful information about a wide variety of allergies and allergy-related conditions. In professionally written, easy-to-read articles, the site lays out the backgrounds, symptoms, and mechanisms of allergic reactions, discusses possible treatments, and provides tips for how allergy sufferers can minimize their symptoms and reduce future outbreaks. The service is provided free to all users and does not require membership or registration. It’s a purely educational service.
A central location for allergy information
Explaining their new site, the creators of Allergy Treatments and Allergy Symptoms point to the poor quality and scattered nature of existing information about allergies on the web. Spread across a multitude of varied and specialized sites, clear and accurate information about allergies has long been hard to find on the web. Allergy Treatments and Symptoms hopes to remedy this situation by putting all the information in one easily accessible place. In doing so, the creators of the site hope to educate large numbers of allergy sufferers and provide them with the tools they need in seeking professional treatment.
To provide this service, the creators have researched and compiled science-based information about all the major allergies that afflict humans. Although the information is based on solid research, the writers of the site have made the information accessible to readers with no medical background. Understanding that allergies are often conflated with related conditions, they have also included information about conditions such as asthma and non-allergic dermatitis.
Comprehensive coverage of allergies
The many allergies covered on Allergy Treatments and Symptoms include relatively common ones such as alcohol allergy, animal allergies, drug reactions, erythropoietic porphyria, insect sting allergies, and latex allergies. A few rarer types of allergy have also been included—for example, kissing allergy, water allergy, and serum sickness.
With the success of their site, the creators of Allergy Treatments and Symptoms hope to expand their offerings even further in the future by adding more detailed information about how allergies happen, how they can be prevented, and what to ask your doctor about potential treatments. Allergy sufferers are advised to keep checking the site for new and expanded coverage of all types of allergies.
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