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Rhinitis, commonly known as a runny nose, is the medical term describing irritation and inflammation of some internal areas of the nose. The primary symptom of rhinitis is nasal dripping. It is caused by chronic or acute inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose due to viruses, bacteria or irritants.
Alarmin molecule identified as therapeutic target for allergic respiratory diseases

Alarmin molecule identified as therapeutic target for allergic respiratory diseases

New study reveals increased risk of allergic diseases after COVID-19 infection

New study reveals increased risk of allergic diseases after COVID-19 infection

Food allergies' broad impact on quality of life demands greater awareness

Food allergies' broad impact on quality of life demands greater awareness

Omalizumab boosts tolerance to multiple food allergies, study finds

Omalizumab boosts tolerance to multiple food allergies, study finds

Omalizumab shows promise in preventing food allergy reactions in children, study finds

Omalizumab shows promise in preventing food allergy reactions in children, study finds

COVID-19's lasting impact on smell and brain health unveiled

COVID-19's lasting impact on smell and brain health unveiled

Stapokibart shows promise in reducing nasal congestion in seasonal allergy patients, study finds

Stapokibart shows promise in reducing nasal congestion in seasonal allergy patients, study finds

Associations between mercury exposure and allergic diseases in children

Associations between mercury exposure and allergic diseases in children

Unlocking the anti-inflammatory secrets of bergamot byproducts

Unlocking the anti-inflammatory secrets of bergamot byproducts

Home dust chemicals predict asthma and allergies in children

Home dust chemicals predict asthma and allergies in children

Two new practice parameters offer recommendations for treating anaphylaxis and atopic dermatitis

Two new practice parameters offer recommendations for treating anaphylaxis and atopic dermatitis

Climate change and the future of allergic disease management

Climate change and the future of allergic disease management

Allergies linked to heightened risk of long COVID, new review suggests

Allergies linked to heightened risk of long COVID, new review suggests

Allergic conditions linked to higher risk of Long-COVID, study finds

Allergic conditions linked to higher risk of Long-COVID, study finds

New insights: Gut microbiome alterations linked to rising allergic disease prevalence

New insights: Gut microbiome alterations linked to rising allergic disease prevalence

Interactomics-based analysis suggests that rhinitis and rhinitis with asthma are mechanistically different diseases

Interactomics-based analysis suggests that rhinitis and rhinitis with asthma are mechanistically different diseases

Describing patterns of pediatric allergies across the United States using EHR

Describing patterns of pediatric allergies across the United States using EHR

New study links perfluoroalkyl substance exposure to childhood asthma phenotypes

New study links perfluoroalkyl substance exposure to childhood asthma phenotypes

Rising incidence of kiwifruit allergy in children: study highlights severe allergic reactions

Rising incidence of kiwifruit allergy in children: study highlights severe allergic reactions

Battling climate change allergies: Innovative approaches mitigate risks of airborne allergens

Battling climate change allergies: Innovative approaches mitigate risks of airborne allergens

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