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How does allergy differ from asthma ?

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In brief: See below

Allergies can present with nasal congestion, itchy and/or red eyes, cough and sometimes as asthma.
Asthma refers to the recurrent lower airway inflammation and constriction and can be caused by allergies, but can also be caused by exercise, change in weather or viral infections.

In brief: See below

Allergies can present with nasal congestion, itchy and/or red eyes, cough and sometimes as asthma.
Asthma refers to the recurrent lower airway inflammation and constriction and can be caused by allergies, but can also be caused by exercise, change in weather or viral infections.
Dr. Deborah Ungerleider
Dr. Deborah Ungerleider
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