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Thursday
Jun212012

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    What You Never Knew About Sneezing—Including How to Stop It

    http://www.bottomlinepublications.com/content/article/health-a-healing/what-you-never-knew-about-sneezingincluding-how-to-stop-it?utm_campaign=_BP4wZuB8jmHTfs

    The sneezing reflex can be provoked by all kinds of odd things, from sunlight to exercise to sex, I heard from allergist Neeta Ogden, MD, a spokesperson for the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.

    Monday
    Apr302012

    Women's Health

    Your Body On…Allergies

    Easy tips to head off an allergy attack early



    Read more at Women's Health: http://www.womenshealthmag.com/health/allergy-body#ixzz1tZ9wEfyf

    Tuesday
    Apr172012

    It's sneezing season

    With pollen levels likely to be high this year, allergy sufferers prepare for the worst

    "Basically, I'm afraid to go off the pills. They are a part of my life," said Waldman, 59, who received allergy shots as a teen because she is allergic to a mixture of grasses, trees, ragweed, pollen and mold. "It has gotten worse. It's a pain. Both of my parents and my children have allergies."

    Allergy season has already started, said allergist Dr. Neeta Ogden, fellow of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.

    Monday
    Apr162012

    NATURE MEDICINE | NEWS

    Nothing to sneeze at

    Erica Westly

    Nature Medicine 16, 1063–1065 (2010) doi:10.1038/nm1010-1063

    The study of histamine pathways is in the midst of a revival, thanks in part to the discovery of a new type of receptor. “Histamine being involved with asthma makes sense, so I would definitely be interested in learning about new antihistamines for asthma treatment,” says Neeta Ogden, an allergist. But there are still many questions to answer before the H4 antagonist can be used to treat asthma in humans.  

    http://www.nature.com/nm/journal/v16/n10/full/nm1010-1063.html

    Monday
    Apr162012

    (201) Family
     
           

    Pets: Snuffle the Sneezes

    "There really isn't a hypoallergenic pet," says allergist Dr. Neeta Ogden. "Every pet carries allergens in its skin, saliva and urine. It's thought that some dogs may elicit less severe symptoms, likely because they shed less dander."

    http://www.bergen.com/family/Pets_Snuffle_the_Sneezes.html