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8 Remarks You Might Not Realize Are Offensive To People With Eczema
People with eczema also have feelings too! To prevent the stigma, let's make them feel more included, embrace their condition with compassion, and tell them that their symptoms don't bother us at all.
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Allergic Rhinitis or COVID-19: How to tell the difference?
From a sudden sneeze and consecutive coughs that feel like the usual allergies to chilling fevers and severe body pains that strike every cell in your body, the overlapping symptoms between allergic rhinitis and coronavirus seem to cause unnecessary fear among people nowadays.
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Debunking misconceptions about psoriasis
As we give facts about psoriasis and debunk various misconceptions, we should also take advantage of the yearly observance to put an end to confusion and misunderstandings. We might not heal people with psoriasis yet, but we can certainly cure misinformation.
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Swollen Lips
There are many reasons why lips can become swollen. It becomes swollen when fluid builds up in the skin tissue or if there is underlying inflammation. Let’s see what can possibly cause swollen lips.
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Autoimmune Progesterone Dermatitis
Autoimmune progesterone dermatitis is a response of the skin to the hormonal changes that happen just before menses. This rare disorder is characterised by recurrent skin manifestations such as rashes, which generally subsides shortly after menstruation.
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Armpit Rashes
The armpit is a prime spot for irritation. Armpit rashes can be bumpy and red or scaly and white. This can be caused by many things, but fortunately, there are treatments that can address them. But first, the cause of the rash should be determined because that will make it
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Ragweed Allergy
Ragweed plants are soft-stemmed weeds that grow all over the U.S., and they are a common allergen. When someone breathes in ragweed pollen, his or her immune system mistakes it as an illness-causing substance, which causes it to produce chemicals that fight against pollen. Eventually, the person who inhales the
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Quinoa Allergy
Quinoa /ˈkēnwä/ is a small grain-like food that actually belongs to the fruit family. Due to its appearance, nutritionists describe quinoa as a pseudo-cereal. It is rich in protein, and is considered a good dietary source. A person may not be allergic to quinoa, but to its saponins, or the
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Wheat Allergy 
Wheat allergy develops when the body’s immune system overreacts to one of the proteins that exist in the wheat you’ve eaten. The overreaction could be in the form of hives, tongue, lip, or throat swelling, stomach pain, and difficulty breathing. Some people have an allergic reaction when they inhale wheat
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Watermelon Allergy 
Watermelon allergies are uncommon. However, if a person reacts to this fruit, there may still be additional foods to avoid. The symptoms are also similar to those of other food allergies and it can be determined by performing several tests. A watermelon allergy usually develops during childhood but some people
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