Tagged With "nasal polyps"

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FDA Approves Dupixent® for Chronic Rhinosinusitis With Nasal Polyps

AAFA Community Services ·
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved Dupixent (dupilumab) to treat adults with nasal polyps (growths on the inner lining of the sinuses) accompanied by chronic rhinosinusitis (prolonged inflammation of the sinuses and nasal cavity). This is the first treatment approved for inadequately controlled chronic rhinosinusis with nasal polyps.
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Recall Alert: Apotex Fluticasone Propionate Nasal Spray for Glass Particles

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Apotex Corp. Issues Voluntary Nationwide Recall of Fluticasone Propionate Nasal Spray USP 50 mcg Per Spray 120 Metered Sprays Due to Potential for Small Glass Particles
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CVS Sinus Relief Nasal Mist Recalled Due to Contamination

AAFA Community Services ·
Holly Hill, FL, Product Quest Manufacturing (“Product Quest”) is voluntarily recalling Lot# 173089J of CVS Health 12 Hour Sinus Relief Nasal Mist, a clear, colorless liquid, to the consumer level. The product was found to have had microbiological contamination identified as Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
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Re: 5 Things You May Not Know About Ragweed Pollen Allergy

Marie E Natzke ·
Oh nooooo i love sunflowers when i planted them last year and again this year in my yard!!!
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Re: 5 Things You May Not Know About Ragweed Pollen Allergy

JanetTignor ·
Great information.
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Re: 5 Things You May Not Know About Ragweed Pollen Allergy

K8sMom2002 ·
Marie, could you tell a difference or a reaction from the sunflowers? It could be that you are okay with them. My DD is allergic to some things, but does okay with some plants or other allergens that are related. Could you talk to your doc about whether sunflowers would be a problem for you in particular?
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Re: 5 Things You May Not Know About Ragweed Pollen Allergy

K8sMom2002 ·
Those are beautiful sunflowers! I hope they didn't aggravate your asthma! And I'm sure that squirrel enjoyed a tasty treat.
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Re: 5 Things You May Not Know About Ragweed Pollen Allergy

Marie E Natzke ·
If you make the picture bigger you can see the squirrel having a meal
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Re: 5 Things You May Not Know About Ragweed Pollen Allergy

Marie E Natzke ·
K8SMOM2002 Last fall undecided to dry the flowers so I cut them before the birds and squirrel could get at them. Oh my word I didn't realize how much pollen was in them. So I won't be drying them this year but I will plant the seeds again next year will just have to buy them.
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Re: 5 Things You May Not Know About Ragweed Pollen Allergy

Marie E Natzke ·
When i got home today one plant was broken in half and another is laying on the ground and there are seeds all over the side walk, so think they are having a good time. I'm not going to have a good time cleaning up their mess....lol...
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Re: 5 Things You May Not Know About Ragweed Pollen Allergy

Melissa G ·
They are beautiful Marie! The squirrels have a field day in our front flower bed.
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Melissa G ·
Welcome to AAFA Janet! How long have you been dealing with asthma/allergies?
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5 Things You May Not Know About Ragweed Pollen Allergy

AAFA Community Services ·
If you live in the U.S., you’re probably starting to feel the effects of ragweed pollen. Ragweed pollen allergy affects about 25 million Americans, making it one of the most common weed allergy. Its light pollen easily spreads far and wide, causing people with nasal and allergic asthma symptoms to feel miserable each fall.
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