Allergies General

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Wikipedia: Allergy – Long hyperlinked article from Internet’s largest encyclopedia discussing history, symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, and common allergies.

Allergy UK – provides general information on allergy and informs on the work of the leading medical charity for people with allergy, intolerance & chemical sensitivity in UK.

All Allergy – Biggest online directory and resource of asthma and allergy information on the web. Includes articles, organizations, books and journals, and allergen database.

Allergy Authority – Offers articles and video presentations about allergy research and treatment.

Medicine Net: Allergy – Medical information on common allergic conditions (hay fever, asthma, allergic eyes, allergic eczema, hives, and allergic shock).

How Stuff Works: Allergies – Long explanatory hyperlinked article detailing “how allergies work” from Internet’s leading source of explanations on how things function.

Allergy Internet Resources – Resource of allergy information with numerous references about allergies, asthma, pollen, dust, latex allergy, food allergies, allergy testing…

Allergy Escape – Individually owned website that provides detailed information about various allergies and how to manage them.

About: Allergies – Collection of articles about allergies from one of the biggest online guides on all topics.

Surrey Allergy Clinic – Expert allergies advisor Dr Adrian Morris explains all types off allergies including Anaphylaxis, Urticaria, Hay fever, Asthma, Eczema and Food Allergies.

BBC Health: Allergies – Guide to allergies from on of the world’s largest broadcasting networks.

Healing Well: Allergies Resource Center – Resources on Allergies including medical news, information, message forums, videos, newsletter, related websites directory and more.

Allergic Living – Online version of magazine for people with food and environmental allergies and asthma.

Allergy Site – Public information resource of Avea Organic, with lot of information and helpful advice on managing all types of allergies.

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