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  • Advanced Health
    Information about drug free allergen relief and protection from germs, colds, flues, allergens, environmental toxins and upper respiratory infections. Products for sale as well.
    http://www.advancedhealth.cc/index.html
  • All Allergy Net
    Provides information on symptoms, medication, and treatment.
    http://www.allallergy.com/
  • AllerDays
    Allergy relief information containing up-to-date pollen forecasts, tips for outdoor lovers, informative articles, occasional contests and a page to help locate a specialist.
    http://www.allegra.com/?referrer=allerdays_home
  • Allergy
    In-depth look at this disorder including general information, environmental problems, food, medical problems, medicines, testing, allergy shots and frequently asked questions.
    http://www.sinuses.com/allergy.htm
  • Allergy Advice
    Information about dust, pollen, and pet allergies including hayfever treatment. From Benadryl.
    http://www.allergyadvice.co.uk
  • Allergy Authority
    Articles and videos on allergy research and treatment options.
    http://www.theallergyauthority.com
  • Allergy Glossary
    From the Health On the Net Foundation.
    http://www.hon.ch/Library/Theme/Allergy/Glossary/allergy.html
  • Allergy Learning Lab
    An information-rich facility devoted to people who have allergies or the symptoms of allergies.
    http://www.allergylearninglab.com/
  • Allergy Newswire
    Provides archive of articles on allergies and a free monthly newsletter with the latest allergy, hay fever, and pollen information.
    http://www.allergynewswire.com
  • Allergy Now
    A portal designed with the allergy community in mind. Numerous links to information.
    http://www.allergynow.com/
  • Allergy Nursing
    An allergy nurse answers questions and provides patient-education material from a nursing perspective, and offers a discussion group for allied health or technicians in this field.
    http://www.allergynursing.com/
  • Allergy Prevention
    Read an article that discusses a way allergies can possibly be prevented.
    http://www.drgreene.com/21_1610.html
  • Allergy Prevention Center
    A compilation of news, articles and research results for people suffering from allergies.
    http://www.allergypreventioncenter.com/
  • Allergy Web
    Offers information for patients and professionals.
    http://www.allergyweb.com/
  • Allergy.com
    Provides information about allergies. Find out the difference between allergy symptoms and a cold, or how to reduce allergens like pollen, mold, and dust mites. Presented by Aventis Pharmaceuticals Inc.
    http://www.allergy.com/
  • Allernet
    A large variety of resources for allergy sufferers with pollen count maps, photos of mold spores and tree pollens, frequently asked questions, and directories of specialists.
    http://www.allernet.com/index.html
  • Allerpet, Inc.
    Allergy information for people who are allergic to dust mites and household pets.
    http://www.allerpet.com/
  • Altruis Biomedical Network
    Consumer health care web site for general information on allergy drugs and therapies, anti-inflammatory, NSAIDs and corticosteroids.
    http://www.allergy-drug.com
  • Aventis
    Provides patients with information about allergies including treatment, medication, chronic idiopathic urticaria, hay fever and respiratory allergies causes.
    http://www.aventis.com/main/0,1003,EN-XX-1600-44879--,FF.html
  • BBC Health
    The Allergy Guide offers up-to-date information and useful advice. Information about this disorder as well as what it means to be a sufferer.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/health/allergy/
  • Clemson Extension: Dust Mites
    Fact sheet on controlling dust mites, which are second only to pollen in causing allergic reactions.
    http://hgic.clemson.edu/factsheets/HGIC2551.htm
  • DrGreene.com
    A discussion about allergies to cold and what can be done about them.
    http://www.drgreene.com/21_650.html
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