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What is Allergic Rhinitis?

Allergic Rhinitis is an inflammation of the mucus membranes of the nose/upper respiratory tract, and is induced by a variety of substances known as allergens. Seasonal allergens include tree, grass, and ragweed pollens. Perennial allergens include dust, dust mites, cockroaches, cats and dogs. If you have allergies, these allergens will cause sneezing; itchy nose, roof Continue Reading

Treating vaginal candida infections through immunotherapy

December 2010 Many women have a problem with recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis, which consists of recurrent or persistent vaginal candida infections that are unresponsive to standard therapies. To make matters worse, once every therapy offered fails, most of these women stop reporting vaginal infections to their doctors. Fortunately, a number of studies have demonstrated that C. Continue Reading