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 Man I hate when I Can't sneeze?
I have allergies and well my nose get runny and i start to cry in one eye. ok enough about that well i Just hate it when i Can'y sneeze dosen't any body. What helps u to sneeze?!?!??! when ...


 My skin around my eyes is very itchy, does anyone know why?
ok so it's not exactley my eyes just the the skin around my eyes, like my eye lids and the lids below your eye. They are dry and very itchy! Also kind of swollen sometimes. And I have been ...


 Nose and throat congestion always. Only one nostril works always allowing free-air. Suggest any medicine/tech.
It may be a kind of allergy. Due to blockage of one nostril, I cannot do pranayama (breathing exercise). Nostrils change frequently. Side effects are: frequent use of hand-kerchiefs for cleaning ...


 I have sinusitis. i am suffering from last 2 years. my nose gets blocked often.?
more then that i get crackling sound from my joints. i use cetrizine some times 2 get symptomatic relief. please let me kmow any permanent relief from this....


 What is the name of anti-allergy pills, which starts with "c", I forgot?
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 Why are my eyes always bloodshot?
I am not high, and I get at least 8 hours of sleep every night. My eyes just hardly ever seem to be fully white. Do I not drink enough water? Could it be allergies?
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 How to raise a child with food allergies?
My two year old has multiple food allergies including milk, soy, wheat, eggs and peanuts.

He is very thin and it is a daily struggle to find tasty and healthy meals due to the elimnation ...


 How do i do stop a running nose? I have allergies but I have tried claratin and benedryl doesnt work! HELP?
I've been suffering with a running clogged up dripping nose for about 3 days. i know i have allergies and i have tried claratin and benedryl it doesnt work. Any ideas on any drink or medicine i ...


 Anyone suffering with hay fever today?
Its really bizzare,every time it rains im in a terrible state,the sun comes out and im fine,is this common,why when it rains is there a connection,any remodies other than the usual antihystamines?...


 Are bees out in the winter time?
I am deadly allergic to bees and i have to have a epi-pen. I know i need it in the summer and spring time but do i need it in the winter too?? Are bees even out in the winter ...


 What on earth do I cook for a celiac with lactose allergy as well?
My mate can't stomach wheat (gluten or Dairy produce, so what wonderful cullerny dish can I dish up, oh by the way she also is allergc to shellfish :0(...


 I want to own a pet, but my little sister and i have horrible allergies..... any suggestions?
i have always wanted a guinea pig, but allergies get in the way
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we have fish...but she wants to interact with the pet......


 What is an affective way to unclog your ears? I put mineral oil (a sugg.) and now its even worse?
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 Why are my eyes always itchy when I wake up?
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 What is the best way to stop a bloody nose quickly?
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 Can you become allergic to new things after being pregnant even if you never had any allergies before?
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 After I dyed my hair, my ears and head became swollen and my neck is numb....am I ok? And my head itches bad.
I have a rash in my head and under my chest. When I scratch it , then I end up with scabs in my head and right under my breasts.
Could the Men's Hair Dye interacted with my VO5 shampoo ...


 " How many of you are allergic to Garlic?"?
At Nine years old, I found out I was allergic to garlic. Doctors I went to could not figure out why my body rejected garlic. When garlic hits my system it acts as a spong, I become dehydrated, weak, ...


 My son is suffering from dust allergy .............. some good home remedy?
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 What are you alergic to?
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sheilas4kids
How do I keep bees away from my yard, with a child that's allergic?
allergic to all types of bees, I live in the country in a subdivision.
                     





grace_land
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Raid ( i believe) has that hornets house/lamp thing that traps hornets. All you do is hang one (or if you want to be extra careful a couple) around your property.


Bob
I heard of a very simple remedy to rid biting insects from the yard and it may work on bees also. Palmolive green (the color green). Now I know this sounds ridiculous but the biting insects can't stand the smell. As a plus, it also helps green up the lawn (Potassium). The ratio is one to four, one part Palmolive green to four parts water. Now when you make it put the Palmolive into an average size hand sprayer first without shaking it and then add the water. Put the sprayer cap back on and gently mix so as to not create alot of bubbles. When thoroughly mixed spray it around the yard and the fragarence will keep the insects away. This might work on the bees too. Sounds crazy but I hear it works. Good luck.


David S
One approach is to grow flowers that attract bees at one far edge of your property. Give them something to enjoy and teach you child to keep distance from that area.


edshult
have you tried put honey in a yellow jack trap that should do the trick


LeAnn S
I agree with David, actually plant some flowers (like zinnias) on the far edge of your property somewhere, that attract bees, so if they do come, they will go there. If you have flowering trees - like apple trees, hang gallon milk containers in them with half cup of amonia, half cup of honey and fill it half full with water. Also hang in any pine trees, as bees love those also. The bees (and all kinds of flies) will go in there and die. They won't be coming back out. Do get an epi-pen, and keep Benadryl on hand in case of an emergency.


versantly
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limit the types of plants that are attractive to bees, learn CPR, and teach your child how to use an Epi-pen.


infernoflower
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Bees are really only interested in three things: nectar, pollen, and water. Eliminate these things from your yard and you'll reduce the number of bee visitors. Nectar sources are usually flowers but open cans of soda or glasses of kool-aid will be attractive to bees as well. Pollen sources are again usually flowers but some trees(such as elm)are attractive pollen sources in the spring. Bees need liquid water to drink and will sometimes use a birdbath, pool, or fountain as a water source. Lastly, learn how to behave around bees so as to not get stung. Bees don't sting unless provoked so just sit still and she'll go away.


kenn32002
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There are a lot of biters out there and I don't think they will listen to reason if you ask them to leave. Ask your allergist if child needs sensitivity testing and whether or not you need to keep a bee sting kit handy. Of course you would need to learn how to use it.


jammal
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the best way is to buy a cadget(one or more) that transmit aultra sonic frequency(beyond 20KHz) which human ear cannot hear while animals and insects can,this frequency annoy and disturb them greatly and they keep away from it. it is safe and enviromen friendly


nightbreed_999
Best solution is to first eradicate any bee attractors. Flowers trees, anything producing pollen for the bees to collect. Then be sure to have benedryl for the stray bee. chances of a bee sting for an average person is only 3%


the crusader
Well, you can't really keep any kind of insect from entering your yard. Maybe not planting flowers would be a good idea. However, a much better idea would be to get a prescription from your child's pediatrician for an Epi-pen Jr. injection. If your child is stung and has an allergic reaction, you inject him in the thigh with this and it'll take care of the allergic reaction, at least long enough to get him to a hospital if necessary.


Mr Goodhi ©
Don't plant any flowers that might attract them. There really isn't much you can do.


debcando2
Get an epi pen. Theres no way to keep bees completely away.


fredhh
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don't have any flowers.

Keep the grass mowed so it doesn't go to seed.

Keep the lawn sprayed with broad leaf killers and pre-emergent fertilizers to prevent flowering weeds from getting in.


Pam
FredHH is right -- No flowers of any kind, keep the lawn mowed and weed free. You won't eliminate the bees completely but you will lower the numbers tremendously.

I hope you have asked your doctor for an Epi-Pen? You should have one on hand wherever your child goes. This is a great precaution to take in the event your child is stung.


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