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Adjective
/əˈlərjik/,
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Caused by or relating to an allergy,
  1. Caused by or relating to an allergy
    • - an allergic reaction to penicillin
  2. Having an allergy to (a substance)
    • - Heather was allergic to the sting of bees
  3. Having a strong dislike for
    • - it's just that I'm allergic to the hype

  1. characterized by or caused by allergy; "an allergic reaction"
  2. having an allergy or peculiar or excessive susceptibility (especially to a specific factor); "allergic children"; "hypersensitive to pollen"
  3. (allergy) hypersensitivity reaction to a particular allergen; symptoms can vary greatly in intensity
  4. Allergic is the third album by Spanish/German rock band Frogcircus. It was released on the German label Soja Music in 2005.
  5. Allergy is a disorder of the immune system which is a form of hypersensitivity. Allergic reactions occur to normally harmless environmental substances known as allergens; these reactions are acquired, predictable, and rapid. ...
  6. (Allergy (journal)) Allergy is a scientific journal in the field of allergy and immunology, that is published by the European Academy of Allergology and Clinical Immunology. It is a PubMed-listed international journal that publishes both original articles and literature reviews.
  7. (allergically) In an allergic manner; because of allergies
  8. (allergy) A disorder of the immune system causing adverse reactions to substances (allergens) not harmful to most and marked by the body's production of histamines and associated with atopy, anaphylaxis, and asthma; Any condition of hypersensitivity to a substance; Altered susceptibility to a ...
  9. (Allergies) A chronic disease characterized by an overreaction of the immune system to protien substances -- either inhaled, ingested, touched or injected -- that normally do not cause an overreaction in non-allergic people.
  10. (allergies) disorders that involve an immune response in the body. Allergies are reactions to allergens such as plant pollen, other grasses and weeds, certain foods, rubber latex, insect bites, or certain drugs.
  11. (ALLERGIES) The Owner cannot guarantee that the property will be free from any substance which may cause an allergic reaction and in particular that a dog or cat has not stayed in the Property at some time in the past despite the restrictions in these conditions The Owner will not be liable for ...
  12. (ALLERGIES) Some marine toxins, such as from jellyfish, cause extreme allergic reactions. Our doctor recommended that we carry at least one type of liquid antihistamine (such as Children’s Benadryl) as well as antihistamine pills as a preventive measure against reactions to new substances. ...
  13. (Allergies) All Chocolates Direct products may contain trace of nut unless specifically noted. Products suitable for vegetarians will be labelled accordingly.
  14. (Allergies) As mentioned in the inflammatory section, quercetin has the ability to down regulate histamine and stabilize mast cells. In animal studies quercetin has also been shown to inhibit anaphylactic contraction of smooth muscle. ^16
  15. (Allergies) Hypersensitivity reactions can occur to almost any material. People on the alt.clothing.sneakers newsgroup have reported that Keds contain natural latex rubber. Natural latex allergy sometimes develops in individuals exposed extensively to medical supplies. ...
  16. (Allergies) If you've got itchy, teary, red and swollen eyes, those are key signs of allergies. We've got tips on relief.
  17. (Allergies) Many people are sensitive to plant substances. Airborne material (eg, FUNGI spores, soil ALGAE, pollen grains) causes hay fever. Pollen, the plant part that produces male gametes, is a serious problem that affects many people. ...
  18. (Allergies) Previous unexpected, negative physical reactions by patient to medication and/or food.
  19. (Allergies) Some studies have reported that a majority of CFS patients have allergies to foods, pollen, metals (such as nickel or mercury), or other substances. One theory is that allergens, like viral infections, may trigger a cascade of immune abnormalities leading to CFS. ...
  20. (Allergies) The shape of a dose-response relationship for allergic responses can be completely different from the standard curve.' People who are allergic to a particular substance can have a significant reaction to even a tiny exposure. ...
  21. (Allergies) We take all food allergies extremely seriously. If you or anyone at your table has a food allergy please share that information with your waiter. They will explain our cleaning and preparation process for guests with allergies. ...
  22. (Allergies) an abnormal reaction of the body to a previously encountered allergen introduced by inhalation, ingestion, injection, or skin contact, often manifested by itchy eyes, runny nose, wheezing, skin rash, or diarrhea.
  23. (Allergies) are categorised here as the body's immediate over-reactions to one or more substances. Over-reactions usually involve symptoms like hives, rashes, asthma, headaches, diarrhea, sneezing, or nausea.
  24. (Allergies) is a sensitivity to a substance which does not normally cause people any problems. The immune system protects the body from foreign substances - known as antigens - by producing antibodies and other chemicals to fight against them. ...
  25. (Allergies) problems such as sneezing, a rash, or difficult breathing that affect certain people when specific things are breathed in, eaten, injected, or touched