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“The American public is not aware that there might be potential allergenic and toxic reactions. With regular food, at least people know which foods they have an allergy to.”
Jeremy Rifkin

“I used to wake up at 4 A.M. and start sneezing, sometimes for five hours. I tried to find out what sort of allergy I had but finally came to the conclusion that it must be an allergy to consciousness.”
James Thurber

“The difference between an itch and an allergy is about one hundred bucks.”

“In recent years, as higher incidence of diabetes and food allergies have emerged, the chocolate industry has responded by making such products as sugar-free and nut-free confections available.”
Greg Ziegler

“Don’t just assume you have a food allergy. If you suspect one, get it confirmed. You have to make sure you really are allergic. I have seen people with nutritional problems due to avoiding foods not really allergic to.”
Jay M. Portnoy

“Allergies are definitely a large consideration with furthering illnesses.”
Jean Hallstein

“The most important diagnostic tool is the patient’s history. Is there an association between eating the food and having symptoms? Hidden food allergy is uncommon. Most food allergies occur with a direct relationship ¨C you eat the food, then you have a reaction. It is usually a pretty obvious reaction.”
Jay M. Portnoy

“Hay fever is the most common allergy in the developed world. Yet, there are some countries in the world where doctors don’t know what hay fever is.”
Joel Weinstock

“The immune system didn’t evolve for allergy. Why in a hundred billion years of evolution would we evolve a response for allergy?”
Joel Weinstock

“Mold is older than man. A lot of human beings have allergies to molds and some molds are worse than others. You put those two things together and you have a heightened awareness.”
Phil Coop

“There are a lot of people with asthma and allergies.”
Fred Poses

“It’ll change from season to season, year to year. As you grow older, some young children have allergy problems that they can grow out of as they get older.”
Jeff Davis

“More often with a cold or a flu-type symptom, you may have a fever or a temperature that you won’t have with allergies.”
Jeff Davis

“The HEPA filter makes the Reaction a must-have for allergy-sufferers and pet-owners.”
Rick Carpenter

“Stay indoors as much as you possibly can, take your allergy medications, over the counter stuff if you’re not on prescription medications.”
Larry Smith

“People with asthma or allergies will be at particular risk of breathing in substances that are a threat to their health.”
Rosemary Shahan

“Every season can be an allergy season, depending on what you’re allergic to.”
Clara Chung

“A cold will usually clear up in about three to five days, whereas with an allergy the sufferer may be sneezing or have difficulty breathing, but not run a fever like someone with a cold would.”
Clara Chung

“Once a dog is allergic, it will have that allergy for the rest of its life. If it’s an environmental allergy, you can move away from it. If you and your dog move from New York to Arizona, you’ve changed botanical zones, but the allergy is not gone.”
William Miller

“Dogs, by nature, scratch themselves a lot. So people may not know their pet has an allergy, and may just think their dog is scratching.”
Greg Cook


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