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    Bee Propolis Throat Spray by Beekeeper’s Naturals | Premium 95% Bee Propolis Extract | Natural Throat Relief and Immune Support | Great for Kids
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    Beekeeper's Naturals Inc.


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    Diaper Rash Cream 2oz. USDA Certified Organic Soothing Diaper Rash Treatment for Sensitive Skin. Natural Ointment to Nourish and Protect from Moisture, Infection, Chaffing and Irritation.
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    • Soothe, repair and help prevent diaper rash, chaffing and irritation with organic ingredients scientifically proven as a natural diaper rash treatment. Help repair and protect seborrheic dermatitis, baby eczema and more.
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Year in Review

Passers-by glancing in the conduct of Tam Valley or Old Mill elementary schools will see the usual quiet abandonment of summer replaced by a hive of construction as workers furor to finish a host of renovations before students return.

5 Signs You Might Be Allergic to Alcohol

"Certain types of alcohol (whiskey, cognac, and tequila, for example) contain more congeners (a naturally occurring by-product) than others, and can thus lead to a more intense allergic reaction, says Dr. Glatter.

The triggers don't stop there. You may often associate sulfites, which are food preservatives, with wine, but they are also found in other foods such as dried fruit. Typically, reactions to sulfites are milder than reactions from an alcohol allergy.

Histamine, a naturally occurring compound in the body, is also found in fermented products, such as beer and wine, and can also be a common culprit of allergic reactions, as the buildup of histamine can trigger an allergic response, says Dr. Glatter.

If beer, specifically, seems to be the issue, it's probably the yeast, says Dr. Glatter. Beer drinkers can experience "an inflammatory response to the yeast proteins, which can lead to itching, superficial rashes, nausea, vomiting, or even diarrhea," he says. This is not an allergy to the beer itself—just one specific ingredient in the beer, he explains. (On a separate note, gluten is often found in beer, which means trouble for anyone with a digestive intolerance or celiac disease. In this case, luckily there are a few gluten-free beers to choose from.)