Allergies and intolerances

Allergies are caused by an overreaction of the immune system towards a substance, in most cases harmless, called an allergen. Intolerances are adverse reactions of the organism to foreign substances, but unlike allergies, the reaction does not depend on the activation of the immune system.

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Insect bites

Insect bites

With the arrival of summer, you live much more outdoors and it can happen that you are bitten by an insect, mosquitoes, bees or wasps. How can you avoid getting stung or what should you do after an insect bite?
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Allergic rhinitis

Allergic rhinitis

Frequent sneezing, stuffy and runny nose, red eyes: will it be a viral cold or allergic rhinitis? To understand this, it is necessary to carefully observe the symptoms and their characteristics.
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Spring allergies

Spring allergies

Spring has finally arrived: the sun, the days outdoors, the trees in bloom. "Flowering trees", which together with spring, bring pollen allergies with them.
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