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Grass

... s from rye grass , timothy grass and others tree pollen s from oak, elm, ash, birch or hazel ... AR is most commonly caused by grass and tree pollen s, since their pollen is produced in ... In the spring, hay fever may be caused by tree pollen s (oak, elm, maple); in summer, by grass ...

Shellfish

... OF BABY & CHILD CARE, © 1995 DSH Communications, Inc. peanuts tree nuts shellfish fish It is controversial whether food additives -- ... allergy are shellfish , milk , fish, soy , wheat , peanuts , egg and tree nuts such as walnuts. ...

Trachea

... a major operation. The larynx flows into the trachea , which is the tree trunk, and thus the broadest part of the respiratory tree. The trachea divides into two tree limbs, the right and left bronchi . Croup is inflammation and ...

Airway

... are the airway s which lead into the lungs . The bronchi are two main branches of the trachea . They divide into many smaller bronchi , like tree roots. These, in turn, divide off into the grape-like maze, called the lungs . This opens the airway s and helps baby breathe. If that doesn't ...

Camphor

... Enteritis Campylobacter Serology Test Canavan Disease ... camphor A substance that comes from the wood and bark of the camphor tree or is made in the labor atory. It has a very unique smell and taste and is used in commercial products (for example, mothballs). A ...

Corn

... or the measles vaccine . Your child should rest as much as possible and get plenty of sleep. In the spring, hay fever may be caused by tree pollen s (oak, elm, maple); in summer, by grass pollen s, wheat or corn rusts, or fungus spores ; in late summer and fall, by ragweed ...

Fibromyalgia

... walking , I couldn't even get to the end of the street without being exhausted,"' she remembers. "The doctor I instructed me to lean against a tree until I could go again and then to walk some more. fibromyalgia , which causes chronic pain and stiffness in the muscle s Graves' disease , ...

Immune System

... the skin , heart , lungs , joints , kidney s, and even the brain. Stimulon Immune system modulators isolated from the Quillaja saponaria tree and purified. Clinical trials indicate that Stimulon adjuvants combined with disease -specific antigen s enhance the body's immune response to ...

Milk

... were breast fed. food ( milk , egg, wheat, soya, seafood or fruit and nuts) fungal or mould spores (in the bathroom, for example) grass and tree pollen s dust mites medication nickel, rubber, preservatives and chemical resins (these can be found in cleaning fluids) ... Breast milk is ...

Myalgia

... walking , I couldn't even get to the end of the street without being exhausted,"' she remembers. "The doctor I instructed me to lean against a tree until I could go again and then to walk some more. eosinopenia; eosinopenic reaction; eosinophil ; eosinophil adenoma ; eosinophil cationic ...

Oily hair

... that the head comes in contact with, such as all combs, brushes and pillowcases, regularly and after an attack. Natural remedies such as leaving tea tree oil (or any oily hair conditioning product) on the hair can help to prevent lice . ...

Peanut Allergy

... protein s found in peanuts. In order to avoid foods that contain peanuts, it is important to read food labels. Peanuts are very different from tree nuts. Peanut allergy is a good example to examine, since it is one of the most widely known food allergies and is becoming more and more ...

Rape

... s (STDs), as well as failure in school , unemployment, domestic violence , homelessness, and crimes such as rape and sexual assault , ... The tree pollen s included in this data are the hazel , yew ( Taxus ), elm , alder , willow , ash , poplar , birch , plane , oak and pine , while the main ...

Sinus

... palet; pale thrombus; palette; palewise; Palfyn; Palfyn's sinus ; ... asthma and sinus itis . In the spring, hay fever may be caused by tree pollen s (oak, elm, maple); in summer, by grass pollen s, wheat or corn rusts, or fungus spores ; in late summer and fall, by ragweed ...

Sinusitis

... to strep throat , uncomplicated skin and skin structure infections . asthma and sinusitis . In the spring, hay fever may be caused by tree pollen s (oak, elm, maple); in summer, by grass pollen s, wheat or corn rusts, or fungus spores ; in late summer and fall, by ragweed ...

Smell

... . This stimulation induces the secretion of gastrin and small amounts of acid . A substance that comes from the wood and bark of the camphor tree or is made in the labor atory. It has a very unique smell and taste and is used in commercial products (for example, mothballs). Blood y ...

Soy

... of this nutrient. The most common food allergen s involved in food allergy are shellfish , milk , fish, soy , wheat , peanuts , egg and tree nuts such as walnuts. ...

Spores

... foods , including the following: ... Mould spores are present in the air between May and October, peaking in late summer (August/September) The tree pollen season extends from February to late-May ... Anthrax spores have been used experimentally by various nations as a biological warfare ...

Taste

... too much fluoridated tooth paste can cause the child's tooth enamel to mottle. A substance that comes from the wood and bark of the camphor tree or is made in the labor atory. It has a very unique smell and taste and is used in commercial products (for example, mothballs). If ...

Walking

... walking , I couldn't even get to the end of the street without being exhausted,"' she remembers. "The doctor I instructed me to lean against a tree until I could go again and then to walk some more. Muscle relaxation or aerobic exercise (such as walking ) can help you relax. Ask your ...

Wind

... seeds suitable for wind distribution. The Pinaceae family is the largest of the Conifers. Seasonal AR is most commonly caused by grass and tree pollen s, since their pollen is produced in large amounts and is dispersed by the wind . These airborne pollen s come from various species of ...

Yew

... The tree pollen s included in this data are the hazel , yew ( Taxus ), elm , alder , willow , ash , poplar , birch , plane , oak and pine , while the main ...
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