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DNAinfo talked to an allergist who said that your abnormally severe nasal allergies this spring are due to a “pollen tsunami,” which is a convenient excuse to use to deflect from your cocaine abuse. Dr. Clifford Basset, director of Allergy and Asthma Care of New York, said that the snow and rain this winter made […]

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According to a new study from John Hopkins Medicine, newborns who are exposed to rodent dander, “roach allergens” and various household bacteria before the age of one, have a lower chance of developing asthma or wheezing later on in childhood. Infants who grew up in homes with mouse and cat dander and cockroach droppings in the first year […]

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Found it: 530 E 13th St (between Avenue A & Avenue B) Why we went in: Latex? Why yes! Maybe we should spice up our professional working relationship. Inside: The Baroness, pictured above in a picture hanging in her eponymous shop, likes having her picture taken on Thursdays. Today, however, is Tuesday. 1. Got her […]

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German artist Wolfgang Laib will create his biggest pile of art yet in MoMA’s atrium — a bright yellow 18 by 21 feet field of hazenut pollen that he collected from a southern German village next to his studio for over 12 years. So, the pollen, nut and birch sensitive might want to get their MoMA trolling […]

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