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Allergic Rhinitis or COVID-19: How to tell the difference?

Allergic Rhinitis or COVID-19: How to tell the difference?

From a sudden sneeze and consecutive coughs that feel like the usual allergies to chilling fevers and severe body pains that strike every cell in your body, the overlapping symptoms between allergic rhinitis and coronavirus seem to cause unnecessary fear among people nowadays.

August 31, 2020 — Nathan Mariano
Take to the Skies Without Your Allergies

Take to the Skies Without Your Allergies

Travelling is an integral part of our lives and every person should experience packing his/her bag and fly off to somewhere distant even if it’s just one time. But not all people are capable of travelling to far distant places all because their allergies make it extremely difficult to get out of the house and onto a plane. Fortunately there are several ways for these people to keep their allergies in check long enough for them to get to their preferred destination.

September 19, 2018 — Admin Cottonique
Think You Got the Allergies? Get an Allergy Test First!

Think You Got the Allergies? Get an Allergy Test First!

  The first important step in battling allergies is finding out what you’re allergic to. Upon the onset of allergy symptoms, head your way to a physician or allergist to...
February 16, 2016 — Admin Cottonique
How to Manage Allergies While at Work

How to Manage Allergies While at Work

  Allergies can be distracting and annoying, especially when they get triggered while you’re at work which makes it hard to thread through your workload. Itching, sneezing, watery eyes, and...
February 01, 2016 — Admin Cottonique
Handling Food Allergies During the Holidays

Handling Food Allergies During the Holidays

  It’s the season to be jolly and celebrate! The holidays are filled with parties and gatherings and it won’t be the most wonderful time of the year if food...
December 20, 2015 — Admin Cottonique
Managing Seasonal Allergies when Exercising Outdoors

Managing Seasonal Allergies when Exercising Outdoors

  Exercising outdoor during the cold season might trigger various allergies due to the weather and prevalent allergens in the air, but this should not stop you from working out...
October 30, 2015 — Admin Cottonique

Cottonique Supports "Latex Allergy Awareness Week"

  October 4 to 10 is Latex Allergy Awareness Week as announced by The American Latex Allergy Association and revolves on the theme “Latex Can Be Everywhere.” Avoidance, Prevention, Awareness,...
October 09, 2015 — Admin Cottonique

Indoor Allergens and How to Manage Them

source   Whatever the season may be, allergies are just around the corner. And with the cold season beginning to set-in, everyone will be spending more time indoors, “winter allergies” will...
October 07, 2015 — Admin Cottonique

How to Prevent Fall Season Allergies?

  As fall season rolls in, it can also mean new allergy triggers are at bay. Amidst the reds, yellows, and oranges that dominates the Autumn months, Ragweed allergies are...

Most Common Types of Allergies Part 2

  Here is the continuation of our list for the "Most Common Types of Allergies":   Eye Eye allergies develop when an allergen makes contact with antibodies in the eyes...
September 02, 2015 — Admin Cottonique

Most Common Types of Allergies Part 1

  Allergies are overreactions of the human immune system in certain individuals to generally harmless substances in the environment. Allergic reactions varies in severity -- from immediate reactions which are...
September 02, 2015 — Admin Cottonique