allergies

Allergies are sensitivities to various substances throughout the environment. Common allergens include pollen and certain foods, allergies are very common and can affect about 20% of the population. 

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Allergic To Cats? Rejoice! A Vaccine Is On Its Way!

Hallelujah! For all the cat lovers out there who suffer from cat allergies, there's soon to be a vaccine that'll set you free! 

No more sneezing and that awful congestion. No more suffering around your own or your family/friends cats. This vaccine could be a total game changer! 


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Cat Allergies Driving You Nuts? There Might Be A Vaccine For That Soon

Your sneezing and watery eyes, and mild to severe cases of anaphylactic shock, may soon be at an end. As much as 1 in every 10 humans has an allergy to cats, which makes this breakthrough perfectly timed. A Swiss company called HypoPet has come up with a brilliant way to stop cats from causing people to be so allergic to them. They have tackled a number of maladies that affect our fury companions, in the form of vaccines, instead of steroids or pills, they are focusing on trying to solve the problem instead of reducing the symptoms. 

Company is three years from releasing vaccine against cat allergies
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This Gorgeous Shelter Cat Can't Find a Home Because He Is Always Sneezing

Elliot, the 9-year-old tabby cat has been at Cats Protection shelter in the UK for two months and is having trouble finding a forever home due to his chronic rhinitis. 


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Catie from Animalist explains the myth of the hypoallergenic pets, and gives you some helpful tips to combat your pet allergies.


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10 Best Pets For People With Allergies

Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by environmental factors such as pollen in the air or dander on a pet. The resulting reaction is usually itching or congestion. As many as three in 10 people in the U.S. experience allergic reactions to cats and dogs and cat allergies are about twice as common as dog allergies, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA). Veterinarians say there is no such thing as a completely hypoallergenic pet. But some cause fewer symptoms than others. Via: The active Times

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I bought my cat these headphones because all he wanted to do was listen to Katy Perry on MY stereo, at, like, volume level 9,000, and I was like, "NO, CAT, KATY PERRY IS THE WORST YOU NEED HEADPHONES SO I DON'T HAVE TO HEAR THIS GARBAGE!" Ugh, cats have the worst taste... Thanks for solving my life problems, Professor Meowingtons!