Researchers think estimate that nearly 50 million people are affected by nasal allergies in the U.S.People visit the emergency room about 200,000 times each year because of food allergies. Nearly 10,000 of those are admitted for severe anaphylaxis.The most common triggers for anaphylaxis, (a life-threatening reaction) are medications, food and insect stings. Medicines cause the most allergy related deaths.In 2010, Americans with nasal swelling spent about $17.5 billion in healthcare. They have also lost more than 6 million work and school days and made 16 million visits to their doctor.
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Allergies are due to the immune system’s acquired hypersensitivity to normally harmless environmental substances. Symptoms can range from mild, cold like rhinitis and asthma, or to life-threatening anaphylactic shock. Productivity losses and quality of life issues effect nearly everybody.
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