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Congratulations!!! You just found out you are pregnant, what are you going to do with your allergy shots and medications?

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Here are answers to some of the most common questions pregnant patients ask, provided by the Pregnancy Committee of the American College of Allergy and Immunology: Can allergy medications safely be used during pregnancy? Antihistamines may be useful during pregnancy to treat the nasal and eye symptoms of seasonal or…

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1 out of 10 kids, not Vaccinated for Measles in California…

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“When it comes to Measles, Our Herd Immunity is Gone” What is the Measles virus? Measles is a respiratory disease caused by a virus. The disease of measles and the virus that causes it share the same name. The disease is also called rubella. Measles virus lives in the mucus…

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40 million Americans suffer from (30% of the population) seasonal allergies

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Signs of allergy: Itchy eyes, throat, ears, skin Nasal congestion, blockage Nonstop sneezing can be seasonal Cough Fatigue-caused by poor sleep from nasal and sinus issues Presenteeism-attending work while unhealthy Cause of spring allergy: Tree pollen (alder, cedar, birch)- pollen is Light can travel for over 30-60 miles Immune system…

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