Last year my doctor told me that I'm allergic to my rabbit. I was also told I was even more allergic to hay! However, I would never get rid of my bunny just because of allergies! I've learned to make it work, and you can TOO! Where there's a will, there's a way. Watch this video to learn how to combat your allergies so you can live a happy life with your bunny 💜 IG: @LennonTheBunny
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Dog Allergy Symptoms - as part of the series on dogs and pets by GeoBeats. Hello, my name is Dr. Carolyn Quagliata. I am the owner and founder of City Pet Doctor. I am here to talk about the most common allergies in dogs. The first is food allergies. Food allergies in dogs manifest as vomiting, diarrhea and lack of appetite. Dogs are actually allergic to the protein source in the food, so usually it is a specific type of meat whether it be chicken, beef, fish, venison, rabbit: the list goes on. The second is seasonal allergies also known as atopy. These dogs present as having very itchy skin, red skin. A lot of times they will lose their hair and they also get secondary infections. Usually it is a result of certain types of pollen that accumulate in the air at that time. The third is flea allergies. The name speaks for itself but these allergies present very similar to the seasonal allergies or atopy. The important thing to keep in mind is that an allergic dog can have a combination of all the types of allergies that I listed. For example, they can be food allergic and also have atopy. So the important thing is that if your dog is experiencing any chronic symptoms whether it be vomiting, diarrhea, itchy skin or red skin make sure you talk to your Vet and so that your dog can get treated and be much more comfortable.
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Q&A with Dr. Manny: Do dogs get spring allergies like humans? And how can I help my sweet little pup with them? Watch Dr Manny Alvarez talk about Allergy, Alternative Medicine, Healthy Living, Originals, Pet Health, Qa Dr Manny, and Respiratory Health.
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Does My Cat Have a Food Allergy? What is a food allergy? In cats with food allergies, certain ingredients can trigger an immune-system response. A food allergy isn’t quite the same thing as a food sensitivity. Food sensitivity usually affects a cat’s digestion (think vomiting and diarrhea); but a food allergy often appears as a skin problem. If your cat seems itchy and you’ve ruled out fleas or reactions to pollen and grass, there’s a chance that something in your pet’s food is causing the trouble. None of this is your fault, by the way. Veterinary studies show that cats can develop allergies even to ingredients they’ve eaten all of their lives without any problems. While food additives are often blamed for causing allergies or sensitivities, there’s not much evidence to support this. Most often, cats are allergic to: Lamb Whitefish Dairy Beef How are food allergies treated in cats? A vet can help you figure out if kitty has a food allergy and may recommend a different type of food. Cat food labeled “grain-free” or “limited ingredient” can be a good choice; it’s often made without the ingredients that cause trouble for some cats. Grain-free cat food contains no wheat, corn or soy, all of which can sometimes cause reactions in cats. Limited-ingredient cat food is often made with alternative or “novel” proteins, such as salmon, turkey or duck. Do remember to read labels carefully. Even a cat food designated “grain-free” or “limited ingredient” may still contain an ingredient that bothers your cat. How do I change my cat’s diet? Transition your cat to a new food by substituting a little of the new stuff for the old stuff in their usual meal. Swap out a little more at the next feeding, and so on, for a week. By the seventh day, your cat should be completely switched over to the new food. Remember to avoid giving your cat treats and people food, which may include some of the allergens you’re trying to avoid. If you notice any new symptoms, talk to your vet. Follow Our: Facebook Page : https://facebook.com/PetCareTipsUSA Pinterest : https://www.pinterest.com/TopUSA121/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/LisaTS1 Our Blog Site : http://petcarevideo.blogspot.com/ ====================================== ====================================== Subscribe Our Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ4k71uQHLwNV3fODU2yIow/about
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Is It Allergies or a Cold. Again and again when somebody has the sneezes, others expect that they are infectious. Be that as it may, those wheezes are frequently caused by something not infectious by any means. For those torment from blockage, runny nose, wheezing, and hacking, a frosty might be the main idea, however these are likewise indications of hypersensitivities. Take in the contrasts amongst hypersensitivities and a chilly so you can locate the correct help quick. What is a frosty?. Otherwise called "the basic chilly," a frosty is an infection. As per the Mayo Clinic, there are more than 100 distinct kinds of cool infections. So while side effects and seriousness may differ, colds by and large offer a portion of a similar fundamental qualities. The following are the key highlights of this regular ailment: *Colds might be gone through the air from hacking and sniffling, and in addition through touch. *Most basic manifestations incorporate hack, sore throat, and a runny, stuffy nose. *Sneezing and irritated eyes are less basic side effects. *More serious colds can cause fevers and body throbs. *Recovery is generally speedy — truth be told, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) gauges that the normal span is 7 to 10 days. *If side effects last over possibly 14 days, the frosty may have advanced into a contamination. *People with hypersensitivities are here and there more inclined to contracting bugs. In spite of its name, you can get a "frosty" whenever of year. NIAID gauges that the normal sound grown-up comes down with a few bugs for every year. Youthful youngsters may get more colds as a result of their weaker safe frameworks. What are hypersensitivities?. Sensitivities happen when your insusceptible framework has an antagonistic response to specific substances. Upon introduction to triggers, the safe framework discharges chemicals called histamines. While planned to fend off apparent gatecrashers, the arrival of histamine is really what causes hypersensitivity manifestations. The accompanying are the certainties you have to think about sensitivities: *Some of the manifestations are like colds, for example, wheezing, sore throat, hacking, runny nose, and clog. *Sore throat in sensitivities is frequently caused by postnasal trickle. *Allergies can likewise cause rashes and bothersome eyes. *Fevers and body hurts are not indications of a hypersensitivity. Occasional hypersensitivities are most normal, yet you may likewise be sensitive to specific substances year round. Sensitivity triggers may include: *pollen from trees, grasses, or weeds. *dust bugs. *animal dander. *mold. *foods, (for example, tree nuts, drain, and eggs). You can let you know may experience the ill effects of sensitivities rather than a frosty by the term of your indications — they won't leave without treatment or expulsion from the first trigger. Treating the regular cool: Since they are infections, colds themselves are not treatable. All things considered, there are drugs that can help ease your side effects while a cool runs its course. These include: *cough syrups (these are not prescribed for kids younger than two). *decongestant showers (use for a couple of days — these are additionally not prescribed for youngsters). *pain relievers, for example, acetaminophen (Tylenol) or ibuprofen (Advil). *multi-side effect icy alleviation medications, (for example, DayQuil). Ensure you ask your specialist before taking any finished the-counter chilly pharmaceuticals, particularly in the event that you take any doctor prescribed drugs or on the off chance that you have any hidden wellbeing conditions. No frosty pharmaceuticals ought to be utilized for a broadened timeframe. Doing as such can cause reactions, for example, liver harm. There are likewise home cures you can attempt that are free of the danger of reactions. A portion of the choices include: All Photos Licensed Under CC Source : www.pexels.com www.pixabay.com www.commons.wikimedia.org
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We found out Charlie has allergies! Here they are listed below. Food- Chicken, Rice, White potato, Egg, Pork, Milk, Soybean, Carrot, Wheat, Sugar Beats, Sesame Seed, Shellfish, Salmon, Rabbit Grass- Orchid Weed- Lambs Quarter, Mugwort, Ragweed, Nettle, Pigweed mix, Russian Thistle Tree- Alder, Bich Mites- D Farine, D Pteronyssinus, A Siro Fungi- Alternaria tenius Epithelia- Cat/Dog/Human Epithelia Here is a link to #4 vid, Charlie's not doing so well. :( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIwJC7S0QaY Thanks for watching. Subscribe for more content. Follow me on Instagram at: https://instagram.com/female_vegan Follow Charlie the Bichon on Instagram at: https://instagram.com/thebichondiaries
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Jayme has seasonal allergies and was feeling a little better after a cool shower, some CBD oil for pain and irritability, some benadrl, colloidal silver eye drops, her benadryl anti-itch skin spray and some liver treats. My little honey-bunny! On Tuesday, July 17th, 2018
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Hi, I'm Michellina van Loder from the Blog, the Labyrinth and Finding my way out. This is a review of Breathe Easy Nasal Filters. One of the assistive devices I use, helping me to navigate my way through the vast tunnels and deep chasms of living life while being physically effected by chemical irritants, which cause symptoms that impact on my daily life and wellbeing. Doctors called it 'Inhalant Allergies'; some people call it 'MCS'. I've since found out--after 14 years of being chemically sensitive--that I have 'CIRS' (Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome), caused from mould exposure from living in a water damaged building (WDB) as well as allergies to mould (I have the HLA genes that make my body 'Mult-susceptible' to illness caused by mould. Generally they are used outdoors, for me. For example talking to a nieghbour who is wearing spray deodorant or fragrance (I'd use a mask if I HAD to be indoors with them. Some people use them working as morticians or for cleaning bad smells. However use them a little bit differently than that. The first thing you need to know is this: if you are sensitive to chemicals then these will not protect you from chemical exposures. They may or may not lessen the smell of whatever it is you are breathing while you are having an exposure, but the chemical or allergen is still entering through your mouth, so they don't work in that way. The best use for me is for when I go to the dentist. My dentist takes great care to make sure that I'm in a fragrance free environment; even if that means working without a nurse on that day, but most times he makes sure his nurse is fragrance free on that day. He runs his air-conditioner on high; this keeps any VOCs in the air low, and helps minimise the exposure from inhalants or fumes from dental materials. Now, when he's working on my teeth, I wear them so that I can protect my eyes and sinuses. They really do help. (Access to Goods and Services states that Service Providers must make reasonable adjustments so a person disabled can have easy access to goods and services.) For people who are sensitive to plastics, or find the carbon too strong (I mean, lets face it, people with MCS or Environmental Sensitivities, can have a heightened sense of smell, and these do smell when they are new--I wash them and place them in the sun to outgass. If you want proper, full protection from inhaling fragrances and the like, then check out my other videos on the different types of masks I use so that I can go out in public. These days I use oxygen so I'll try and make a video on that. This video is about using Nasal Filters for Allergies and as a buffer for chemical-irritants so as to protect your Blood Brain Barrier and the absorption of chemical-irritants or allergens that you are sensitive to. Note: these do not take the place of wearing a mask or avoiding chemicals in the first place. I bought mine from Breathe Ezy but if you Google 'nasal filters' there are lots out there. I like this brand because they don't arrive having been handled by fragrance wearers, which would make them unable to be used, such are my 'allergies' to fragrance, mould, woodsmoke, petrochemicals, solvents and cedar. Links to research on dry eyes and chemical-irritants: 1); Informative Post with doctors' letters and testing to back up my 'claims' that fragrances sting my eyes, beyond other symptoms: http://the-labyrinth.com/2016/02/29/dry-eyes-and-artificial-tears/ 2); Wingeful yet informative blog post: http://the-labyrinth.com/2013/08/16/dry-eyes/ 3); Here is where I wear them to an AVADA salon: http://the-labyrinth.com/2012/12/19/my-walk-on-the-wildside-the-hairdressers/ And blog posts on why i need to protect my eyes via my nostrils from solvents, petrochemicals and fragrances--many of which products HAVE BEEN TESTED ON ANIMALS, So how does that make them safe for us humans if humans are getting sick? But the POOR ANIMALS pasted the fucking Channel, Du Pont and Unilever funded testing didn't they. Hope these animal researchers used the 3 R's, Replacement, Reduction and Refinement! Always look for the small rabbit on all products to make sure they're not tested on animals. All Enquiries: LABYRINTH PRESS PO BOX 410 OCEAN GROVE VICTORIA 3226 AUSTRALIA BLOG http://the-labyrinth.com Vegan information You Need: http://www.adaptt.org My book, 'Netherland Dwarf Rabbits: taking care of them in Australia': http://www.amazon.com/Netherland-Dwar... Twitter: https://twitter.com/michevanloder Instagram: https://instagram.com/michellinaoutof... Google+: https://plus.google.com/1006652197999... Skype: Miche1239
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In this video, the dogs are eating... - ground rabbit - duck necks - raw duck eggs - golden paste (anti-inflammatory and more) - bee pollen (for allergies, boosts vitality and metabolism) - spirulina (for immune system) - Canine System Saver (for Rodrigo and Sydney - joint/immune health) - milk thistle (for liver health) - In Clover Optagest (a prebiotic, food for probiotics) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Kimberly Gauthier of the blog "Keep the Tail Wagging®" My Amazon Store: https://www.amazon.com/shop/influencer-a42897c9 (aff) Raw Feeding Book: http://www.keepthetailwagging.com/noviceguide Blog: http://www.keepthetailwagging.com Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/keepthetailwagging Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/nationalrawfeedingweek Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/kimberlygauthierblogger
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Many are suffering from severe seasonal allergies, so Mike Jerrick of Fox 29 is here to show us the ever-present threat of pollen, and how to deal with it. ---------- Stay connected with Top 30: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Top30TV/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/top30tv Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/top30tv/ Hulu: https://www.hulu.com/top-30 Or watch everyday on your TV: http://top-30.com/wheretowatch
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Vet Scott Miller offers pet advice to callers.
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Hidden Valley Honey is a family-owned and operated honey business here in Reno. Beekeepers Chris and Karen Foster showed us how the raw honey is produced. The honey is very popular among residents who suffer from allergies. Renown Medical Group doctor, Christopher Chai, MD, says, "If you are having mild allergies to flower bearing pollen, then go ahead and use locally sourced honey. It can help."
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Here's a video comparing my Rabbit Air Minusa2 purifier to my Alive Air Purifier. http://www.aliveair.com . I have owned both and like both models but the alive air is less money, does more square footage, more technology, and the alive air hepa filters cost much less than the rabbit air filter . The Rabbitair minusa2 is fancier, and looks better, so the tradeoff of cost to looks is something to consider. You can buy 2 AliveAir units for the cost of one rabbit air minus air purifier. AliveAir (http://www.aliveairpurifier.com) $297 ( 2 for $265 each) $33 for HEPA and Carbon Filters (2 in 1(6-9 months) 9 Technologies 865 square feet Rabbit Air Purifier (http:/www.rabbitaire.com) $549 $100 for HEPA and $99 for Carbon Filters (6-9 months) more of the medium filter as well 4 Technologies 800 square feet In the video I do a comparison between the alive air purifier and the rabbit air minusa2 air purifier. The rabbitair minusa2 sells for $549 the aliveair sells for $299 and 2 for $569 so you can actually buy two for the price of the rabbit air purifier minusa2. The rabbitair purifier is of course a much more modern design, it can actually looks like the front of a small LCD television set, and has very cool controls. They’ll do, well actually the rabbit air will do about 800 square feet - the aliveair 865 so it does more square footage. Now I'll take the filters apart - if you turn it on the side the alive air is a little wider and a little taller than the rabbit air purifier. The rabbit minusa2 is more square so it's a little wider. You can also hang it from the walls - a neat thing about the rabbit minusa2. What I’m gonna do now is take the front covers off and we'll go inside and take a look at the filters of both. With both covers removed so we look at the rabbitair minusa2 and first thing you have is a pre-filter - pull that off - thats washeable and is going to collect your hair and dust - especially good for pets and then behind that you have a medium filter which captures slightly smaller molecules than the pre-filter. This you’ll change every nine to 12 months. Then behind you have your rabbit air HEPA filter . Now the rabbit hepa filters are a pretty good size in terms of width and length - it's a little narrow on the ends - and this one probably needs to be replaced - a little darker already as you can see. HEPA is going to be the best for allergies to capture your dust, pollen and more the small particles. Then behind the rabbit hepa you have a customized - they call it customizable because you get a choice of germs, pets, or different versions on this - it's very similar to the pre-filter the medium filter before - just capturing another level of pet dander. Ok so this is the pet one and then behind that you have carbon. if you can hear that there's carbon granules inside all these little chambers for your smoke, odors, or chemicals. Now you'll have to change that periodically as carbon molecules get filled with those chemicals and odors it won’t be useful anymore. So to change the filters the minusa2 air purifier carbon filter is gonna run about $100 plus $100 for HEPA every nine months or so. Ok so now let's look at the aliveair purifier - its a smaller washable pre-filter but the same thing -capture your hair and your dust behind that is an electrostatic grid - this is washable as well. It's gonna collect your soot, your car pollution and kill odor as well. So you just run it under soapy water - those are your two washable filters and behind that is the HEPA filter which is a good size hepa filter and again that gathers dust and pollen. It's a bit thicker than the rabbit air hepa filter and then behind that the Carbon is actually built into it. You’ll change these filters every nine months or so and these are only $35 so you actually get carbon and you get HEPA in one. Change both about the same time so it's a good idea and actually saves you some money buying it Behind the HEPA filter you have Tio2 technology grid and this is going to kill your viruses or bacteria germs can help prevent colds and flu.
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http://www.theonlinevet.com/newsletter.php If your dog is scratching, has hair loss, excessive paw licking, recurring ear infections, then he or she likely has an allergy. This video shows you the top 7 ways to stop the itching fast.
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I WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR :3 Allergic to Christmas - Gacha Life mini movie! This mini movie idea is original :). Please read the description before saying this is "copied". *UPDATE: I just saw that someone posted this video idea earlier than me. I really didn't know because I did not watch that video at all, since I didn't even knew it existed. Some people are saying that I "copied" this video idea. The actual definition of copied: "to make a copy or duplicate of copy a document copy a computer file." So to literally upload the same video/content or do the same exact thing. I'm not going to delete the word 'original' from in the title, since this is clearly original and not even alike the "original video." I just watched the "original" video and it's about somehow being allergic to the actual holiday. If you watched my video, it's basically about something way else. I didn't copy anything nor did I get inspired, but to not cause any drama I'll credit the persons channel down below. I'm sorry Kray, if you're reading this. I really didn't know. I hope everybody has a nice day :). "Inspired" by: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJdR5_HEvrY #gachalifeminimovie #gachalife #nadirapuchi Treat me on Starbucks?: paypal.me/NadiraPuchi Become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/NadiraPuchi Business email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram:@nadiixchannel Let's get to 100K subscribers! So hit the subscribe button, and turn on notifications (by clicking on that bootiful bell) to get part of the NadiSquad! Also, comment video ideas what you would like to see.
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View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-threat-of-invasive-species-jennifer-klos Massive vines that blanket the southern United States, climbing high as they uproot trees and swallow buildings. A ravenous snake that is capable of devouring an alligator. Rabbit populations that eat themselves into starvation. These aren’t horror movie concepts – they’re real stories. But how could such situations exist in nature? Jennifer Klos gives the facts on invasive species. Lesson by Jennifer Klos, animation by Globizco.
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Greetings, greetings Eric Bakker from New Zealand naturopath. I have an interesting question here again, like I usually get from subscribers. This person's called "Bring Agaim" that's an interesting name, "Bring Agaim". "I hope that you can post a video on how to heal leaky gut when I'm allergic to many foods such as fish, chicken, beef and pork broth. Major types of spices include cinnamon and black pepper. The only protein I've found is tofu and soybeans that I'm not allergic to." Judging by this question here, I've got a feeling the person may be Asian. Am I correct? Pork broth. Not many people have pork broth. I think Chinese people or Vietnamese people have pork broth. Major types of spices including cinnamon and black pepper. So, how to heal leaky gut when allergic to all of these foods. Well, the first thing that you'll want to do is do some testing. Don't make assumptions. Get your tests done first. A stool test or a breath test. A sibo breath test to determine what is going on in your tummy. Why have you got this allergy. And is it an allergy or is it an intolerance. Do you have immune reactions against these foods, or do you gut related digestive reactions which are more related to poor enzyme control of the body. This could well be a problem, you may have an issue there with your stomach or your pancreas. It may not be an allergy at all. So I think you need to do a little bit more digging in there and a bit deeper. All these foods that you mention here too is I don't believe are allergies. I've never seen anybody with an allergy against fish, chicken, beef and pork all at the same time. I've never seen one. And I can tell you, I've done thousands of allergy tests. These include taking blood out of someone, centra fusing it, sending it to a lab, getting that blood serum checked with about a hundred foods. I've done this now for twenty years with many, many people. And I have yet to see someone with all of these meat allergies all at the same time. I have seen some beef allergies, I must admit. I've also seen some fish allergies. Fish allergies are quite rare on the food allergy profile. I might see one in a few thousand. They do come up every now and then. Chicken allergies I've never seen. I've never ever seen an actual allergy towards chicken meat. I've seen allergies on eggs, duck eggs and chicken eggs, but not the actual meat itself off the chicken. So that'll be a first. Beef, yes I have also seen it, but again, it's not common. It's quite rare. But we do occasionally see it. Same with pork. So yeah, I mean are these allergies? Maybe they're not allergies, maybe you haven't quite got it figured out yet, you know? So I would say get some testing done first to see. And the testing that you need depends really on where the symptoms are. If you feel the symptoms are really lower down, you know like the bowl or small bowl, you'll get a stool test done. If you feel the symptoms are higher up, you may want to get a breath test done to determine, you know whether you've got a small intestinal problem. If you can afford to, you get a breath test done and a stool test done both at the same time. Which gives you a great understanding of the whole GI track. So, but yeah I like tofu. I mean it's a great food. The only protein I have is tofu and soy beans that I'm not allergic to. A few people have actually left my channel because they say, "You promote soy, you promote tofu. These are toxic foods that kill people! They turn men into homosexuals, they turn babies into retarded beings." I hear all this kind of crap. I honestly don't know where people get it from. I've got no idea. So yeah, Bring Agaim. Your name, Bring Agaim. Do some testing. Go and see a doctor who can really get you that help and get you to the bottom of the problem. Because I don't think these are allergies. Thanks for your questions.
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In this video I show how I've been able to manage alot of discomfort due to seasonal and pet allergies by just integrating a few adjustments in my home. This is not intended to be a cure but a method to reduce allergies in the home and make the air in our home alot easier and safer to breathe in. Products I use: Swiffer dry pads: www.swiffer.com Therapure Air Purifier : https://www.walmart.com/ip/Therapure-Air-Purifier-TPP230H/42613756 *Baby Penguin Aromatherapy Oil Diffuser : https://www.amazon.com/Portable-Aromatherapy-Essential-Oil-Diffuser/dp/B01MY4SEP6/ref=sr_1_185?ie=UTF8&qid=1487149486&sr=8-185&keywords=portable+oil+diffuser *sent by: www.anyproglobal.com Thanks for watching this video! thumbs up for more healthy home vids xoxoxoxoxoxoxo
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With kids, allergy monsters can pop up anytime. Get powerful relief with the brand moms turn to first when they first treat their children’s upper respiratory allergies. Find this Children’s BENADRYL® product at https://www.benadryl.com/products/childrens-benadryl-allergy-liquid Children’s BENADRYL® helps relieve multiple allergy symptoms, like sneezing; runny nose; itchy throat and itchy, watery eyes, with a kid-friendly cherry flavor.
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http://www.drkwane.com Do you have a question about your pet, Ask Dr Kwane! Allergies come in a variety of forms in dogs and cats ¬including flea, contact, inhalant and of course food. Learn the basic symptoms so you know what to look out for... ASK DR. KWANE! Join our Facebook and Twitter @AskDrKwane
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Allergies can be irritating, but they’re nothing to sneeze at! Common triggers, and what is actually happening inside your body explained. Common Allergy Triggers: http://wb.md/2ly8D3y Subscribe to WebMD here: https://www.youtube.com/user/WebMD Follow WebMD here: Website: http://webmd.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WebMD/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/webmd/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WebMD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/webmd/
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http://www.rabbitair.com/ The Rabbit Air BioGS air purifier offers a HEPA Filter made of the most advanced Bio-Engineer fiber material which not only traps but also destroys the allergens such as pet epithelia, dust mite and pollen which typically accumulate on the filters. This model also comes with a washable charcoal based activated carbon deodorization filter for the removal of odors, harmful gases, and chemicals. This air purifier covers up to 600 square feet and removes a wide variety of allergens and contaminants, including dust, pollens, dander, odors, chemical vapors and more.
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Molekule is a science and technology company that has reinvented the air purifier. Our unique technology destroys pollutants instead of just collecting them on filters, bringing truly clean air into your home. See how the Molekule air purifier helped a family physician manage his own allergies better than antihistamines or an electrostatic filter could. https://molekule.com
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Dust bunnies sometimes have a life of their own. Not only are they unsightly when they’re hopping all over your home, but they can really cause misery if you or other family members are allergic to them, especially on House cleaning days. For those with allergies, here are some tips to make cleaning a little more bearable. Fashion a Schedule for Cleaning Times Allergies are nasty any time, but if you spread out your cleaning time so you only have to do a few things every day, it might make symptoms less problematic. Keeping your home clean is essential to keeping allergies at bay. Make Your Vacuum Your Best House Buddy Vacuuming regularly (at least a couple times each week) will keep dust to a minimum. Make sure your vacuum has a HEPA filter, which will trap particles you can’t even see. Vacuuming is better than sweeping, which just tends to move dust around. Remember to vacuum curtains. They’re great hangouts for allergens. Give Your Home a Weekly Dusting Just like Best Cleaning Services, make sure to use a duster or lint-free cloth (microfiber is a good choice) to dust furniture and other items where dust can collect. This should be done at least once a week to keep allergens at bay. Wash Sheets Weekly Your bed sheets aren’t safe from things that can make you feel nasty if you have allergies. They’re havens for pet dander (if you have pets), pollen, dried skin, etc. Washing them every week will cut down on possible allergens that will stuff you up or make you sneeze. Vacuuming your duvet and mattress will also be a big help. A Dry Bathroom Is a Good Bathroom Dampness and allergies love each other, so having a wet bathroom is not conducive to keeping allergy symptoms to a minimum. Those businesses which offer home cleaning packages know that a damp bathroom can lead to mold, and mold is unhealthy for everyone. The shower stall, walls and floors should be wiped down after each shower. Leave the bathroom door open so the space can air out. Leaving the shower curtain to one side will also help the shower area air out and dry. Declutter The more things you have in your home that you don’t use, the more dust you’ll have. Remove items that are just sitting around. Sell them, donate them, or give them to friends. Shelves full of knick knacks covered in dust won’t do your allergies any good.
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Watch more Housekeeping Tips videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/262264-How-to-DustProof-Your-Home Arm yourself with these proven strategies in the battle to banish dust from your home. Step 1: Understand where dust comes from Understand that dust comes from the tiny flakes of skin we constantly shed, fibers shed by fabrics, insect parts, pet dander, hair, pollen grains and mold spores, and dust mites. Step 2: Learn where dust hides Learn the places where dust hides, such as deep inside carpet, drapery, upholstered furniture, mattresses, and on hard surfaces, including all of those knick-knacks decorating your home. Tip If you can, replace wall-to-wall carpeting with wood, vinyl, or tile, and drapes with shades or blinds that are easier to keep free of dust. Step 3: Cover mattresses and pillows Enclose your mattresses and pillows in zippered, dust-proof covers. If you don't like plastic or vinyl, look for fabric, allergen-impermeable covers. Step 4: Vacuum and damp mop frequently Vacuum the carpeting and upholstered furniture frequently. Damp mop floor and walls. Tip Attaching a HEPA filter, available at some vacuum stores and allergy supply companies, to your vacuum cleaner will prevent some of that dust from circulating back into the air. Step 5: Beat and shake area rugs and cushions Take your area rugs and cushions outside to shake them vigorously or beat them every week. Some people like to use an old tennis racket. Step 6: Dust effectively Don't just move the dust around using feather dusters or dry rags – capture it! Use damp rags or spray your rags with a product that will hold the dust. Step 7: Wash sheets and blankets in hot water weekly Wash sheets and blankets in hot water every week. Cold water leaves up to ten percent of dust mites behind. Dry cleaning also kills mites. Step 8: Use air filters Install a HEPA air filter on your furnace or purchase a central air filtration unit, if you have forced-air heating and cooling. A portable HEPA filter unit may also help remove dust from the air. Did You Know? Did you know? A typical used mattress can have up to 10 million dust mites inside.
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