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  • The raspy, horrific breathing was coming from our allergy-prone dog, asleep behind her.

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  • Margaret Rudkin, a mother of three, had no idea she was developing a commercial product when she set to work baking a preservative-free loaf of bread for her allergy-prone son.

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  • Margaret Rudkin, a mother of three, had no idea she was developing a commercial product when she set to work baking a preservative-free loaf of bread for her allergy-prone son.

    Inventions That Were Accidents

  • Or to prompt an allergy-prone Millicent to mutter between sneezes, “Why does this submission smell of fabric softener?”

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  • Margaret Rudkin, a mother of three, had no idea she was developing a commercial product when she set to work baking a preservative-free loaf of bread for her allergy-prone son.

    Inventions That Were Accidents

  • Robo-cat: The purrfect pet for the allergy-prone owner | Mail Online: It's the perfect pet for owners who have allergies and don't want the hassle of clearing out a litter tray.

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  • Like a dog that chases cars, an allergy-prone immune system doesn't save its wrath for malevolent intruders.

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  • It turns out he's especially allergy-prone, and the doctors informed Michele and her husband, Scott, a financial analyst, that it could be years — and potentially many more costly hospital visits — before they get a handle on all the things that could trigger their son's condition.

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  • For those with rosacea, or allergy-prone, laser-treated, or otherwise challenged skin, or those who simply want to minimize the possible sensitizing factors and inherent toxic risks of conventional color cosmetics, micronized mineral cosmetics are the best answer.

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  • For those with rosacea, or allergy-prone, laser-treated, or otherwise challenged skin, or those who simply want to minimize the possible sensitizing factors and inherent toxic risks of conventional color cosmetics, micronized mineral cosmetics are the best answer.

    The Truth About Beauty

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