Allergies

House dust mite allergy

House dust mite allergy

House dust mites are ubiquitous in homes and workplaces – with health consequences for many allergy sufferers.

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Insect venom allergy

Insect venom allergy

In addition to swelling and redness of the skin, bee and wasp stings can also cause general allergic reactions.

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Food allergy

Food allergy

A food allergy is based on an immune reaction by the body to vegetable or animal proteins.

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Food intolerance

Food intolerance

In food intolerance, the body does not form antibodies but reacts to a food with symptoms.

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Pollen allergy

Pollen allergy

Sufferers react to one or more types of pollen, most often to grass. Typical symptoms are sneezing attacks, runny nose and streaming eyes.

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Latex allergy

Latex allergy

The sap of the rubber tree can cause allergic reactions, also in cross-reaction with foods.

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Animal allergy

Animal allergy

Sensitisation to allergens from cats, dogs, horses and rodents are the most common. The allergens bind to dust particles.

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Drug allergy

Drug allergy

Side effects in response to medicines are a common occurrence. They are only partly allergic in origin.

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