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Written by laallergy   
Oct 07, 2005 at 07:14 AM

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The information provided in the following section is to be considered as a guide to understand the conditions listed and is not an instruction for management of a clinical condition. Louisiana Society of Allergy, Asthma & Immnology does not endorse any of the organizations linked to this page. Please consult your allergist for advice on treament of any specific allergic or immune disorder.

Allergy & Asthma network/Mothers of Asthmatics. Inc.

American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology

Asthma & Allergy Foundations of America

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Latex Allergy

What to do?

Aovid exposure to latex products such as elastic bandages, tourniques, latex gloves, balloons, rubber insoles of shoes, latex mattresses, and catheters.

Avoid food items such as kiwi, chestnuts, peaches, melon, and banana as there is a chance of increased sensitivity if you are allergic to latex.

Allergy skin-tests (NAL skin-test) and blood tests ( IgE assay to latex protein) can confirm the diagnosis if there is any doubt. Please contact your allergist.

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July 8, 2007

Obese patients are more likely to have severe persistient asthma, according to a report from Dr. Brian Taylor of Emery Crawford Long Hospital. Link to the report

 







 

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