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Should all airlines have a ‘nut free’ policy for passengers with allergies?

A young girl traveling from Dublin to New Jersey suffered anĀ allergic reaction to nuts while she was on the plane.

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Allergy sufferers: Ragweed season is here

Ragweed season usually begins in New Jersey around Aug. 15, but this year, pollen release has begun nearly a week early in some spots.

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FDA warns of allergic reactions with acne products

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Federal health officials are warning consumers who use anti-acne treatments about rare but potentially deadly allergic reactions that can cause swelling of the face and difficulty breathing.

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New Allergy Tablets Offer Alternative to Shots

For decades, seasonal allergy sufferers had two therapy options to ease the misery of hay fever. They could swallow pills or squirt nasal sprays every day for brief reprieves from the sneezing and itchy eyes. Or they could get allergy shots for years to gradually reduce their immune system's over-reaction.

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Why is This ‘Normal’ Allergy Season So Bad? [AUDIO]

This spring's allergy season in New Jersey has been classified as "normal" because elevated levels of pollen began to show up as soon as the spring season officially began in March, but many Garden State residents report having the worst allergic symptoms they can recall.

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Cold, flu, and allergy medication is offered for sale at a Walgreens store
Cold, flu, and allergy medication is offered for sale at a Walgreens store (Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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Long Winter Could Mean More Intense Allergy Season

Winter may unofficially be over, but there may not be much relief in sight just yet for allergy sufferers.

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Spring Allergies to Be Robust, Thanks to Snow [AUDIO]

If the amount of snow New Jersey has seen this winter is any indication, it looks like the state is in for a tough allergy season.

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Flickr / Jim Crocker
Flickr / Jim Crocker
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Fall Allergies – Some Tips on the Best Ways to Deal with Them

Sneezing and sniffles are not limited to spring and summer.

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Flickr User alastairvance
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September Could Be Tough for Child Asthma Sufferers [AUDIO]

For children with asthma, September can be one of the worst months.

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Ragweed
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Ragweed Season Arrives [POLL/AUDIO]

New Jersey allergy sufferers beware. Ragweed season is here, and it could be one for the record books.

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