How do allergy medicines work?

Answer Whether you suffer from indoor allergies or outdoor allergies, you probably take medications to help you manage your symptoms. Inside your body there is a mast cell which causes allergic reactions ... Read More »

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Who was the first scientist to discover allergy medicines?

According to the Auckland Allergy Clinic, Daniel Bovet created antihistamines in 1937. During an allergic reaction, your body produces a chemical called histamine. Antihistamines block the release ... Read More »

Allergic Reactions to Cold and Allergy Medicines?

Cold and allergy medicines treat symptoms of the common cold and seasonal allergies such as nasal irritation, irritated eyes and sneezing, according to the Mayo Clinic. They are especially popular ... Read More »

If Old Alternative medicines don't truly work, why do they still exist?

I agree. Manual therapy has been around as long as cultures have existed. Its not going to disappear anytime soon.Edit:I agree just because something is old it doesn't mean it works.However, I thin... Read More »

Why are alternative medicines more preferred than primary medicines?

They work,without dangerous side effects.