Archive for the 'Human Allergies' Category

5 Simple Steps to Creating an Allergy Friendly Home

Sunday, October 2nd, 2005

It can be distressing to know that you are allergic to you own beloved pet. Emily Clark recognises this and outlines five stragegies to ease this situation. It will seem horribly unfair to any child who suffers with allergies that they cannot have a pet or must loose one whom they have grown attached to. […]

Why Do People Become Allergic, And Why Are Allergies On The Increase?

Tuesday, September 6th, 2005

Here’s a rather long, but interesting article on the increase of allergies in humans that maybe helpful to anyone suffering with a reaction to their pets. Genetic Predisposition, Severe Virus Infections, Parasites and Excessive Cleanliness can be to blame, as can the stress and pollution of modern day life. These topics and more are discussed […]

I’m Allergic To My Cat!

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2005

Being alleric to your pet can be distressing at best. Having a cat allergy came as something of a surprise to me. Growing up, I had many pets – cats, dogs and birds. My family were animal lovers and pets abounded, so being in contact with animals was a daily occurance. No one ever seemed […]

Do I Have to Part With My Pet If I Have Pet Allergies?

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2005

Aaaaaaachoo! Sneezing? Wheezing? Nose runny, eyes itchy? You may be suffering from the common cold. But if the condition has been hanging on for two weeks, or more, you may be suffering from an allergy as opposed to a cold. Your doctor may be the only one who can conclude if you are experiencing an […]