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  • proper n. Initialism of Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.

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Examples

  • The act has the support of both the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) and the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA).

    Innovative Design Protection And Piracy Prevention Act Would Prevent Knockoffs For At Least Three Years

  • For the most part, the AAFA report doesn't contradict Gawande's findings about a pervasive culture of overtreatment.

    The City of Too Much Medicine Makes News Again

  • According to the AAFA (which is a nonprofit patient group, not a doctor lobby), one of the reasons the city is so hard on allergy sufferers is its lack of board-certified allergists.

    The City of Too Much Medicine Makes News Again

  • They get more allergy drugs too, according to the AAFA.

    The City of Too Much Medicine Makes News Again

  • Allergy Standards Ltd., a global, physician-led certification company in Dublin, and AAFA certify certain "asthma and allergy friendly" bedding products, such as pillows, and they are currently writing a standard for bed sheets as well.

    Scratch- and Sniffle-Free

  • To avoid allergy flare-ups Mike Tringale, director of external affairs for AAFA, recommends care when choosing activities.

    The 9 Unhealthiest Summer Vacation Destinations

  • While no place is entirely void of allergens — except, perhaps, Antarctica, which probably isn't on your wish list for vacation destinations — Lexington was recently named the most challenging place to live with allergies, in a recent report by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA).

    The 9 Unhealthiest Summer Vacation Destinations

  • Indoor and outdoor allergies to substances such as pollen, mold, pets and even (ick) cockroach dander plague about 50 million people in the U.S., according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) in Washington, D.C. If you happen to suffer from seasonal allergies -- and live in a place where grass and trees grow -- spring can be an itchy, congested and sneezy time of year.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Worst Cities For Allergies

  • Several Web sites track these numbers, including that of AAFA.

    Worst Cities For Allergies

  • Indoor and outdoor allergies to substances such as pollen, mold, pets and even (ick) cockroach dander plague about 50 million people in the U.S., according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) in Washington, D.C. If you happen to suffer from seasonal allergies--and live in a place where grass and trees grow--spring can be an itchy, congested and sneezy time of year.

    Worst Cities For Allergies

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