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  1. Hay Fever: How Chasing a Dream on a Vermont Farm Changed My Life by Angela Miller, 2010-04-12
  2. Blithe Spirit, Hay Fever, Private Lives: Three Plays by Noel Coward, 1999-01-26
  3. HAY FEVER (Saddle Club(R)) by Bonnie Bryant, 1994-05-01
  4. Curing Hay Fever Naturally with Chinese Medicine by Bob Flaws, 1997-12-01
  5. The Allergy Self-Help Book: A Step-By-Step Guide to Nondrug Relief of Asthma, Hay Fever, Headaches, Fatigue, Digestive Problems, and over 50 Other A by Sharon Faelten, Editors of Prevention Magazine, 1983-09
  6. Hay Fever (Acting Edition) by Noel Coward, 2007-06-06
  7. The allergy self-help book : a step-by-step guide to nondrug relief of asthma, hay fever, headaches, fatigue, digestive problems, and over 50 other allergy-related health problems by Sharon Faelten, 1983
  8. The one-ten-ten method for allergy control: A non-drug approach for the relief of hay fever and bronchial asthma by John A Laccinole, 1980
  9. Hay Fever: The Complete Guide: Find Relief from Allergies to Pollens, Molds, Pets, Dust Mites, and more by Jonathan Brostoff, Linda Gamlin, 2002-06-30
  10. 1924 in Theatre: 1924 Musicals, 1924 Plays, Hay Fever, the Life of Edward Ii of England, Dracula, Juno and the Paycock, Lady, Be Good
  11. 1924 in Theatre: 1924 Musicals, 1924 Plays, Hay Fever, the Life of Edward Ii of England, Dracula, Juno and the Paycock, Lady, Be Good
  13. Experimental Researches On The Causes And Nature Of Catarrhus Aestivus, Hay Fever Or Hay Asthma (1873) by Charles Harrison Blackley, 2009-03-04
  14. Observations On Hay-Fever, Hay-Asthma by William Abbotts Smith, 2010-01-01

1. Hay Fever (Allergic Rhinitis Or Pollinosis)
Causes and treatments are covered, including some naturopathic treatments.
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2. EMedicine Health - Hay Fever Overview
Consumer health resource center providing information on the causes, symptoms, and treatment.
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Hay Fever Overview
Most likely you or someone you know has allergies. The telltale itchy, puffy, watery eyes and red, stuffy nose signal changes in the seasons in homes and workplaces across the country. What these people suffer from is allergic rhinitis, or hay fever. The medical name for this condition refers to stuffy and itchy nose ("rhin-"), the most common symptom. Hay fever is an allergic reaction . It is your immune system's response to foreign material in the air you breathe. Hay fever usually refers to allergies to outdoor, airborne materials such as pollens and molds. About 15-20% of the population of the United States has some degree of hay fever. It is found equally in both men and women. Usually hay fever is seasonal, but it can last all year long if the allergen stays throughout the year. Spring and fall are the main hay fever seasons. Last updated: Sep 2, 2005 Hay Fever Causes Sections Hay Fever Overview Hay Fever Causes Hay Fever Symptoms When to Seek Medical Care Exams and Tests ... Authors and Editors Dementia is not something that happens only to older people. Learn about causes and treatment options.

3. Pediatric Advisor 2004.2: Hay Fever (Allergic Rhinitis) For Teenagers
Explains what it is, what causes it, and how to control it. Includes a printable sheet to record medicine and dosage information.
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What is hay fever?
Hay fever is an allergic reaction of the nose (and sinuses) to pollen or another substance in the air. Symptoms include:
  • a clear nasal discharge an itchy nose with sneezing and sniffing itchy, watery eyes (eye allergies) sometimes, sinus or ear congestion.
Hay fever is the most common allergy. More than 15% of people have it.
What is the cause?
Although pollen is usually the cause of hay fever, it can also be caused by animal dander or something else you are is allergic to. This allergic sensitivity is often inherited. During late April and May the most common pollen causing hay fever is from trees. From late May to mid-July, the pollen is usually from grass. From late August to the first frost, the leading cause of hay fever is ragweed pollen.

4. SoYouWanna Manage Your Hay Fever?
Article explaining the causes of allergies and describing different methods of dealing with hay fever.
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Come close, little ones, and hear our bedtime tale . . . Once upon a time, there was a woman. In the fall, she loved to go outside and feel the wind. In the winter, she loved to go outside and play in the snow. And in the spring, she would go outside, but her throat would itch, her eyes would get puffy, her nose would run, her sinuses would clog, and she'd get nasal drip. So she locked herself up in her house, and never came out again. The moral of the story: hay fever bites. Living with hay fever can be extremely difficult - when you're having trouble doing something as simple as breathing , you know that you're in for a long spring and summer. Yet most of us don't live anywhere near a farm . . . so where does the hay fever come from? It has often been noted (by people who like to note things) that hay fever is not a fever at all, nor does it have anything to do with hay. Hay fever, a.k.a. rose fever, is medically designated as "

5. Hay Fever
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What is Hay Fever?
Hay fever is a seasonal allergy causing inflammation of the mucous membranes of the nose and eyes. Hay Fever is also called "seasonal allergic rhinitis" or "pollinosis." There are about 26.1 million Americans have hay fever symptoms each year. About 14.6 million Americans have asthma , which sometimes accompanies hay fever. During the seasons when plants are pollinating, there is a large amount of pollen in the air. People breath in the pollen and have an allegeric reaction to it. Symptoms? Some of the symptoms of hay fever are: repeated and prolonged sneezing; a stuffy and watery nose; redness, swelling and itching of the eyes; itching of the nose, throat and mouth; and itching of the ears, or other ear problems. Sometimes breathing difficulties occur at night. Coughing is sometimes a symptom and is a result of post nasal dripping of clear mucus. Loss of smell is common and sometimes loss of taste occurs. In severe conditions, nose bleeding occurs. Why Does Sneezing and Swelling Occur?

6. Hay Fever
Hayfever affects 15 to 20 % of the population in Britain, In other countriesother pollens cause major hayfever as well; ragweed in the USA,
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Hayfever affects 15 to 20 % of the population in Britain, where it is mainly caused by grass pollen. In other countries other pollens cause major 'hayfever' as well; ragweed in the USA, birch tree pollen in Scandinavia, and cedar pollen in Japan, for example. Regarded as trivial by the ignorant, hayfever varies from mild forms which are indeed trivial to a severity which is crippling during the season. Sufferers may be unable to work or drive, and we know that school and exam performance is worse in young people who have untreated hayfever. Out-of-date treatments still widely used relieve the symptoms but produce drowsiness which affects driving and exam or academic performance badly. Good modern treatment, which should be available to anyone with bad hayfever, helps nearly everyone so much that life during the hayfever season becomes normal again. A very few people have such bad hayfever that ordinary treatments are not enough. But there are other treatments, and no-one needs to be disabled by hayfever. A specialist in allergy should be able to help if you still have bad hayfever after your family doctor has tried all the treatments there seem to be.

7. Hay Fever
hay fever (Allergic Rhinitis) DESCRIPTION An allergic response to airborne allergens that affects the eyes, nose, sinuses, throat, and

8. Hay Fever: How The Grass Grows
House dust mite allergy Other sources of information NEW Hayfever treatment To learn about the treatments for hayfever click here.
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Hay fever: how the grass grows
Grass showing anthers (the brown bits dangling from the top of the grass) which shed pollen. Alopecurus pratensis; Meadow or Common Foxtail, one of the earliest flowering grasses in the UK (identification by Dr. John Bailey, Dept of Botany, University of Leicester).
Photographed at the Shady Lane Arboretum, next to Stoughton Farm Park, Leicester, UK, Monday 19-5-1997.
Olympus D-300 L digital camera in close-up mode. Ryegrass not shedding pollen yet. Shady Lane Arboretum, Leicester, UK, Thursday 29-5-1997.
Cocksfoot not shedding pollen yet. Photographed at the Shady Lane Arboretum, next to Stoughton Farm Park, Leicester, UK, Monday 19-5-1997.
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How can Hayfever be treated?
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9. Hay Fever Symptoms, Hay Fever Relief, Hay Fever Remedy, Cat
Which Hayfever Treatment Pro and Cons. Everything you need to know about hayfever, allergies and their treatments. Which ones only treat the

10. Allergic Rhinitis (Hay Fever)
Symptoms of allergic rhinitis (hay fever) include itchy, runny, sneezy, Antihistamines may relieve many hay fever symptoms by inhibiting the action of
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Symptoms of allergic rhinitis (Hay Fever) include itchy, runny, sneezy, or stuffy noses, and itchy eyes. Allergic rhinitis is a common illness affecting an estimated 20-40 million Americans, and resulting in 10 million lost days of school or work each year. Often caused by pollens from trees, grass or weeds, it is most commonly known as hay fever. Hay fever subsides with the onset of cold weather. Perennial allergic rhinitis, however, occurs year around and is caused by indoor allergens such as dust, mite, mold spores, and animal dander. What Causes Allergic Rhinitis? Chemical substances, such as histamine, are normally stored in mast cells in tissues of the body, including the nose and eyes. The allergic person forms antibodies against pollens and other allergens. These antibodies attach themselves to the mast cells, and when combined with the allergen the result is the release of histamine and other chemical substances from the mast cells. These chemical substances cause the allergic responses of itching, sneezing, congestion, and dripping. Treatment: Avoidance is the best treatment for any allergy whenever possible. Keeping doors and windows closed in the home and in your car and avoiding vigorous outside activity will help to lessen your exposure during times when the pollen count is high. Removing pets from the home and dust and mold control measures can significantly relieve symptoms due to perennial allergens.

11. Allergy Information
A guide to allergies and allergic conditions such as asthma, hay fever and celiac disease.
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12. What Is Hay Fever
hay fever (also known as allergic rhinitis) is an allergic reaction of the nose, throat and eyes to irritating particles in the air.

13. Hay Fever
Even more serious may be the affects of complications of hay fever attacks repeated According to sensitivity, the hay fever season for a particular
Is it a fever? No, it’s not. If you feel feverish, some other illness has been added. Is it caused by hay? Well, yes - but also by many other sources of allergens - triggers of allergic reactions. Better call it allergic rhinitis or pollenosis, a sensitivity to pollen. How Hay Fever Occurs Anyone can develop an allergy to a common substance, but those who do usually have inherited the tendency as a family trait. The sensitivity is developed after exposure to the substance. During the seasons when plants are pollinating, everyone in the vicinity is exposed. People with the tendency may develop sensitivity to any one or more of the pollens, although certain pollens are more allergenic more likely to cause allergic reaction than others. Pollens that are light enough to be windborne are the offenders for most hay fever sufferers. Heavier pollens that are borne from plant to plant by bees and other insects can also be allergens, but they cause trouble only when a person comes into direct contact with the plant. Airborne pollens can penetrate anywhere, indoors and out, and are most numerous at the height of the pollinating season for the particular plant. What are the Effects?

14. Allergic Rhinitis - Health Information, Commonly Called Hay Fever
Health information discussing the causes, prevention diagnosis and treatment of Allergic Rhinitis, commonly called hay fever.

15. Hay Fever - Allergies: Allergy Symptoms, Treatment, And Medications By MedicineN
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Hay fever affects one in every five Americans. Over one billion dollars are spent each year in this country to treat this disorder. Millions of school and work days each year are lost suffering from hay fever symptoms. These figures are probably an underestimate because many sufferers attribute their discomfort to a chronic cold. Although childhood hay fever tends to be more common, this condition can occur at any age and usually occurs after years of repeated exposure to allergic substances. What is hay fever?
"Hay fever" is a misnomer. Hay is not a usual cause of this problem and it does not cause fever. Early descriptions of sneezing, nasal congestion, and eye irritation while harvesting field hay promoted this popular term. Many substances cause the allergic symptoms noted in hay fever and hay represents only a small percentage. "Allergic rhinitis" is the correct term used to describe this allergic reaction. Rhinitis means "irritation of the nose" and is a derivative of "Rhino," meaning nose. Allergic rhinitis which occurs during a specific season is called "seasonal allergic rhinitis". When it occurs throughout the year, it is called "perennial allergic rhinitis."

16. Allergies & Hayfever Treatment - Benadryl Allergy Advice
Pfizer Consumer Healthcare offers antihistamine and treatment advice for allergy symptoms including hayfever, hives and rhinitis; site also offers pollen count forecast information.
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17. What Causes Hiccups?
Wonder where hiccups, those funny noises, are coming from? Find out more in this article for kids.

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19. Buteyko Breathe Easy
B.I.B.H practitioner Jennifer Harris provides information regarding her breathing practice for asthma, hay fever, sinuses, snoring and sleep apnea.
Buteyko "Breathe Easy" Jennifer Harris Buteyko Practitioner trained by Tess Graham of the Buteyko Institute of Breathing and Health Member of Buteyko Health Professionals Australia To find out about consultations for adults and children suffering from breathing related conditions such as asthma and hay fever or seeking to improve performance in singing dance or sport email me at The purpose of these pages is to provide information on the following topics and to act as an archive for Jennifer's written articles which are published in newspapers such as "The Blue Mountains Gazette" and local school magazines. I personally do NOT recommend the use of any home video course. Regular consultation with a qualified practitioner is vital for your successful recovery because the breathing exercises are tailored to each individual. I have recently incorporated the discipline of Pilates with my studies of Buteyko and have developed a unique stretch/breathing program. I call this new method, Buteykolates. For more information on this, see my articles "BUTEYKOLATES ?" and "BUTEYKOLATES A HIT !" below.

20. News @ - Self-hypnosis Squelches Allergies - Picturing
Picturing ski slopes reduces hayfever symptoms by a third. Sniffles be gone self-hypnotism may provide a partial cure to hay fever.

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