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Types Of Allergies
Allergy is a chronic disease. It is estimated that 20 to 25% of Canadians suffer from allergies. Many adults and children with one type of allergy will develop other allergies, or even asthma, later in life.
Five types of allergies exist: airborne, skin-related, food, insect stings/bites, and drug allergy.
The respiratory system is usually affected if a person is allergic to tree pollen, grass pollen, animals (such as pets and farm animals), birds moulds, and house dust mites. Allergic symptoms include sneezing, itching, watery eyes and nose, and wheezing. Hay fever (rhinitis) and/or asthma are the most common results of respiratory allergies.
Please Ask Your Allergy Specialist How To Further Prevent Allergies
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