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Allergy News Letter February 2008

by Allergy Guy

This month’s allergy newsletter covers a variety of topics, from meat allergies to indoor air quality.

The format has changed from a pdf attached to an email, to articles on the Allergy Details website, with links to each one from the newsletter email.

We welcome feedback on the new format. Just send a reply to your newsletter announcement and tell us what you think!

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Happy reading!

Table of Contents


Environmental Sensitivities – a Definition

Many people have reactions to common substances in our
environment, even in tiny amounts that most people don’t
notice. The effect of environmental sensitivities can be
overwhelming. Productive people may suddenly or gradually
become unable to tolerate offices, homes, schools,
hospitals and public places.

Read More …

Indoor Air Quality

Poor air quality can greatly affect your health. Find out
how to improve indoor air quality for a healthier life.

Read More …

Meat Allergies

Avoiding certain meats may be complicated if you are
extremely sensitive, for instance, even certified vegan
products can be made on the same line as meat and milk

Read More …

Milk – Hidden Sources

Everything from egg substitute to artificial sweeteners can
contain milk. Some artificial sweeteners are made with
milk components that may or may not cause a reaction, as
the amount of milk protein is so small.

Read More …



Allergy News Letter February 2008


This newsletter is published monthly
by Allergy Details.

Editor: Douglas Samuel



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