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“With dogs, allergies show up in their skin first. There still can be a respiratory component, as there is with people, but dogs’ allergies usually begin with itching. Even food allergies show up this way.”
Greg Cook

“About 30 percent of the dogs we see here with allergies are allergic to their owners.”
William Miller

“We either have to shoot the owner, or we create a special allergy vaccine just for them.”
William Miller

“It can take months, as it is often very difficult to identify as our bodies can give strong responses from something that is simply an allergy.”
Amelia Lake

“If you’re someone who is repeatedly getting the same symptoms every spring and medicines don’t help, allergy shots would be prudent.”
Beth Corn

“When allergy sufferers clean properly, they can manage their indoor air quality, and lessen the nasal congestion, coughing, sneezing, headaches and severe, flu-like symptoms, they often experience.”
Mike Tringale

“People are taking two, three, sometimes four different medications at a time to relieve their symptoms quickly and effectively because they are increasingly unsatisfied with their allergy medications. This can be a very costly, dangerous and frequently ineffective solution to treating bothersome symptoms.”
Alpen Patel

“Sometimes, dogs or cats can develop an allergy to the flea saliva.”
Stuart Gauthier

“About 20 per cent of the population believe themselves to have a food allergy and only about five per cent actually do.”
John Warner

“Genetics plays a big role in allergies.”
Shari Gruener

“In Great Britain allergy drops are the treatment of choice. Injection treatment has been outlawed there.”
Shari Gruener

“It’s better to buy local honey because you get local flavors, but also, if you have any allergies, the local particles in it help with resistance to allergies. You may pay a dollar more, but it’s worth it.”
Bill Leitzinger

“In the past, most of the focus in allergy and asthma has been on protein antigens. Our current studies suggest that other classes of antigens may be involved. And since NKT cells have a receptor that varies little between mice and humans, we believe that the antigens they recognize are very important. These findings open whole new areas of research.”
Dale Umetsu

“Sometimes children may have one (allergy) episode in their childhood (and then it) lays dormant for 20 years. … If it comes on later on in your life, it’s here to stay.”
Angel Waldron

“You can’t prevent [allergies]. We live in the Miami Valley, you know.”
Wendy McGonigal

“I said something which gave you to think I hated cats. But gad, sir, I am one of the most fanatical cat lovers in the business. If you hate them, I may learn to hate you. If your allergies hate them, I will tolerate the situation to the best of my ability.”
Raymond Chandler

“I have been dairy free for several years, and I started because I felt it was going to reduce my allergies, which it did, and help me lose weight, which it did.”
Fran Drescher

“The exact mechanism by which peanut allergy may recur is not known, but we know that the children in our study who ate concentrated forms of peanut frequently had a considerably lower chance of having a recurrence of their allergy.”
Robert Wood

“As a country becomes more developed, allergy rises and rises. And the notion there is that in the more-developed countries, you may be getting less exposure to infections and germs and other things that may stimulate your immune system in a direction other than allergy, … The more your immune system is kept busy by exposure to germs and infections early in life, the less time it can devote to things like allergy.”
Robert Wood

“Well, you potentially could plant a lower allergy garden, but while you’re out there planting it, you will bombarded by oak pollen, maples, grasses,”
Keith Phillips