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Tablet placed under the tongue
Ragwitek helps the body immunize itself against the offending plant
The intrepid sun has finally beaten the frost into reluctant retreat. The croci have gathered enough confidence to venture their tender shoots outside the earth's blanket. After months of hibernation, you step outside to take a deep breath of warm, sweet, fresh air and ...
Dr. Rob With Tips On Battling Spring Allergies
WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J. (AP) - Merck & Co. says the Food and Drug Administration has approved its new tablet for grass allergies, Grastek, for patients five to 65 years old.
Close the windows and run the air conditioner
Although H1N1 strain predominates, previous exposure prevented pandemic
'Hidden' trial data reveals that some Tamiflu claims were unfounded, researchers say
Interaction of two ingredients could cause serious side effects, researchers say
Study found those with hay fever who had high levels of stress suffered more severe symptoms
Tablet placed under the tongue
Ragwitek helps the body immunize itself against the offending plant
The 17-day treatment prevented blood vessel clogging that could threaten reconnection, surgeons say
Although H1N1 strain predominates, previous exposure prevented pandemic
Close the windows and run the air conditioner
Scientists say finding shows marine animals may be yet another host of flu viruses
Tips for keeping pollen, mold and dust mites from your home
Attached by implanted magnets, prosthetic ear helps Chicago patient feel 'normal' again
'Hidden' trial data reveals that some Tamiflu claims were unfounded, researchers say
Doctor shares tips for handling spring allergies