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Allergic conditions linked to lower COVID-19 infection risk

MedicalXpress
 2021-11-30

Cover picture for the articlePeople with allergic conditions such as hay fever, rhinitis, and atopic eczema, may have a lower risk of COVID-19 infection, especially if they also have asthma, finds a large, population-based study of UK adults, published online in the respiratory journal Thorax. And contrary to the findings of recent studies,...

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Litterbox Nuggets.
12-01

This would go in line with the vascular disease and run away systemic inflammatory response. Throttling back the inflammation seems to be the most promising treatment.

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Misha Meow
12-01

My friend after getting covid is now allergic to any stress and injuries. It's weird. If he gets angry over anything now he breaks out in hives and his tongue swells. They have him on steroids and other medications now to control his over active immune system.

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Megan Mitchell
12-02

One thing they also need to study are daily habits. It has already been scientifically proven that people who bite their nails have a stronger, healthier immune system. So, other habits could be just as beneficial....

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