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Most people only have one, but allergic rhinitis can develop into having all three conditions, McCormack said.
In the United States, food allergies affect about 5% of children and 4% of adults, and allergic rhinitis or hay fever affects about 8% of adults and children, according to the National Institutes of Health.
Those allergies, also known as hay fever or allergic rhinitis, can cause all sorts of pesky symptoms, like itching, sneezing, sinus pain, and more.
For years, she had been treated for allergic rhinitis, or hay fever, and cough-variant asthma, which is a type of asthma characterized by a dry, non-productive cough.
Limited or suggestive epidemiological evidence of an association between indoor dampness or mould and allergic rhinitis and bronchitis is available.
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