The hygiene hypothesis says that allergies are linked to being too clean. Is this really true? Here’s a look at some of the scientific evidence for allergies and hygiene.
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HAY FEVER AND ALLERGIES: Discovering the Real Culprits and Natural Solutions for Reversing Allergic Rhinitis
Save 20% on the Ebook (all devices) Save 20% on Printed Softcover Book DO YOU HAVE HAY FEVER? Also called ALLERGIC RHINITIS – this is an allergy to pollens and other plant-borne allergens. HOW...
Several large studies over the past year have indicated that hay fever increases the risk of certain cancers and reduces the risk of other cancers.
Recent research may explain why some people allergic to pollen have allergy symptoms outside the pollen season. Pollen allergies may be related to unhealthy levels of ozone n the air.
Not so long ago a family farm produced a myriad of crops the family and children ate. Today’s farms are a different animal altogether, and monoculture food production is not only hard on the land and soil, but is causing allergies and hay fever.
Food and skin allergies among children have dramatically increased over the past decade. Conventional medicine has no idea what is causing this nearly epidemic rise in allergies.
Research has confirmed that nasal irrigation with a saline solution with more salt content significantly lessens allergy symptoms and the need for medications. Hay fever in children tested The research, from Italy’s University of Milan,...
A large study of school children has found that early antibiotic use increases the risk of childhood allergies including hay fever.