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I have a peanut and tree nut allergy and read online that cheetos have caused some people to have allergic reactions. Any insight? Are they safe?
Read label: Cheetos does have a honey nut or perhaps other combination with nuts. If you have eaten one with nuts then an allergic reaction may be expected. If the label stated that it was made in a factory which uses nuts, then you must consider a contamination issue. Otherwise there is no relationship between purely Cheeto and nuts. ...Read more
I used a new line of products on my face/had bad allergic reaction/breakout to: Tea Tree Blemish Kit by The Body Shop, ingredients online! Help!!!!!
Allergic Rash: If you are concerned about a possible reaction to a beauty care product I would make an appointment to see an Allergist for patch vs skin testing to determine risk. Take a picture of your reaction and bring the product in with you to appointment. Sometimes people can become sensitized (allergic contact dermatitis) to various ingredients commonly found in products used at home. ...Read more
I have a skin fungus on the back of my neck I've been taking medicated cream for it but it seems to not be helping. I looked online and saw that tea tree oil works great with getting rid of the fungus. I've used it once and when I put it on it burned my q
Have a very dry scalp. Used everything from sulfur shampoo, to tea tree oil, to apple cider vinegar (looked online for solutions).doesnt seem to help.
Dry scalp: Prevent dryness (don't wash hair too often). A primary doctor or dermatologist can look for psoriasis, eczema, or fungal infections if worrisome scalp symptoms. If checking for fungal infections, the dermatologist may take hair samples to culture. Doctors may also try some cortisone or Kenalog (triamcinolone) sprays to counteract dryness. Some patients put olive oil on the scalp for a while, before washing. ...Read more
If this is a serious: Question, it's best for you to consult a mental health professional. Relating to something that cannot hurt you or make demands is safe but a delusion and therefor unhealthy. Peace and good health ...Read more
Hello I am reemsha asian 16.5 years of old, my height is 4'6 I don't have any illnesses I eat proper rich diet tree times a day. How can I grow tall?
Sorry, too late...:
Once the growth plates of your bones have fused it is impossible to grow any more. Generally this occurs 2-3 years after a woman starts menstruating. You need to accept that this is your height.
Height is mostly determined by our genes, Diet and lifestyle measures to increase yout production of HGH when you were younger may have helped a bit, but it is too late to help now. ...Read more
Not much: There's protein and calories. Some folks are allergic. Food choices are a very minor component to health maintenance, with a few exceptions involving avoiding things that make particular people sick. You'd be doing yourself a huge favor if you focus on getting plenty of exercise and sensible overall eating rather than looking for magic foods. I bet you already know that. Best wishes. ...Read more
Pain: U need to seek md follow up to determine extent of injuries ...Read more
None proven: While its virtues are extolled on the internet and while its been used for a multitude of conditions ranging from colds to cancer, there is no proven benefit from Pau d'Arco. Check out http://www. Webmd. Com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-647-pau%20d'arco. Aspx? Activeingredientid=647&activeingredientname=pau%20d%27arco. ...Read more
I've heard rumors from my friends that I can only take the Plan B pill tree times in my lifetime. Is that true?
What to do if I have vitiligo and no one from my family tree, currently and the past, has every had vitiligo. How did I get it?
Destruction of pigmented cells
not your fault
no one knows why/ how you got it
see dermatologist ...Read more
I tested with a $ tree new choice preg. Test and it had a vertical control line as normal but also a horizontal pink line come in. What's that mean?
Read the package: Why don't you read the package insert and see what advice it has? ...Read more
What are the health benefits and nutrition facts of "nungu fruit" (palmyra fruit) and the toddy from this tree wikipedia. Org/wiki/borassus_flabellifer?
Can't recommend it: This is used by traditional healers in india and southeast asia. A quick look at the nih database showed the flour to contain some known spirostane neurotoxins, (paralyze rats; int j foo sci health 2004 & 2009), two articles suggesting it can improve glucose tolerance in rats, and one that it kills cell cultures. Nobody's writing about the fruit, which is eaten & seems harmless. That's all. ...Read more
Pepper tree leaves: Http://www. Nutrition-and-you. Com/black_pepper. HtmlGet a more detailed answer ›
Pollen: Trees release large amounts of pollen in the spring. A person could be allergic to just one family of trees like birch or multiple trees from various families. Unlike grass where if a person is allergic to one type, they are most likely to all types of grass, tree pollens show less cross reactions. Pines trees produce much pollen but less allergy compared to hard wood trees. It's not leaves... ...Read more
No: Generally no. If you are receiving allergy shots, it is important to have the correct tree pollen that is responsible in the shot, but otherwise the basic principles are the same. Knowing which tree pollens are responsible for your allergies can help plan desensitization (allergy shots) and might help you predict which seasons will be difficult for you. ...Read more
Free to try it: But don't spend much money. Despite the ads and the beautiful back-to-nature talk, today's prescription meds are more reliable, very safe, and probably will be cheaper even in our dysfunctional health care system. This is the 21st century, you've worked hard, and you have a right to have a clear face if you want it. ...Read more