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FDA panel recommends over-the-counter use of Sanofi allergy drug

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Sanofi SA's allergy drug Nasacort AQ is safe enough to be used without a prescription, a panel of advisors to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration ruled on Wednesday. Full story

Texoma's Allergy ALERT: July 31, 2013

Here is a look at today's allergy outlook for Texoma.Tree Activity:  NoneGrass Activity:  ModerateWeed Activity:  LowMold Activity:  HighBlowing Dust Activity:  NoneThe recent rains over the past 10 days is the reason we have seen mold go up.  It is also why the grass is growing and pollentating.KFD Full story

Bill urges schools to stock anti-allergy drug

The House on Tuesday passed legislation aimed at helping schools better prepare for severe, sometimes life-threatening, allergic reactions caused by eating peanuts or other food products. Full story

Kids' asthma more likely to linger with pet allergies

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Though many children with asthma eventually grow out of the condition, a severe case in childhood or allergies to furry animals may each signal asthma that will persist into young adulthood, according to a new study. Full story

Sanofi allergy drug safe enough for non-prescription use: FDA reviewers

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Sanofi SA's allergy drug Nasacort AQ is safe enough to be sold over the counter, according to reviewers for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Full story

Array asthma drug meets main goal in mid-stage study

(Reuters) - Array Biopharma Inc said one of its drugs met the main goal of improving lung function in a mid-stage study among patients with mild to moderate persistent allergic asthma. Full story

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