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A.Vogel’s Menopause Flash: Hayfever during menopause?

by Mackie Vadacchino, CEO/PDG - A.Vogel, on 22 June 2017, Allergies, Menopause

Hello and welcome to another edition of A.Vogel’s Menopause Flash. Here in Canada we’re right in the middle of the allergy season and a number of women have contacted me lately.

They’ve discovered that they’ve got hayfever during menopause, which they’ve never had before, so they’re wondering if it can be a symptom of menopause.

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Fight nature with nature to beat hayfever symptoms

by Sonia Chartier, on 17 April 2017, Allergies
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Hayfever season usually kicks off around the middle of spring, often heralding a world of discomfort and unpleasantness for hayfever sufferers.

However, just as you may blame nature for your misery, nature can also play an important role in easing your symptoms…

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Allergy Season: Can there be good and bad seasons for allergies?

by Dominique Vanier, B.Sc.H., M.Env.Sc., on 16 March 2017, Allergies
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If there’s one predictable quality about seasonal allergies, it is that you can bank on their arrival during the spring and fall of each year.

Less predictable these days, however, is the severity of seasonal allergy symptoms….

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7 nutritional tips to help you survive the allergy season

by Sonia Chartier, on 21 February 2017, Allergies, Healthy Eating
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What should you be eating this allergy season?

If you spend your summer sneezing and sniffling and avoiding the outdoors for fear of that dreaded pollen in the air, then it’s time to look at your diet!

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Do Allergies Develop in the Womb?

by Dominique Vanier, B.Sc.H., M.Env.Sc., on 24 January 2017, Allergies
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If you find yourself with a chronic sore throat and mucous trickling from the back of your nose to your mouth, you may be suffering from allergies.

Some researchers believe that environmental exposure to risk factors, such as tobacco smoke and air pollution, may have an impact on the development of allergies as early as in the womb!

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