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Let's -- -- the -- loves to get your email questions in here as one of writer wrote us.
That I believe that I am having a problem when I read our daily newspaper I think there may be an -- Not analogy I do suffer from several allergies this viewer writes among them cedar trees ragweed Catholics -- I take weekly allergy shots in each arm anyway when I read the morning newspaper.
My nose runs I sneeze and my iced -- -- severely.
Do you think in newsprint can be causing these reactions and if so -- other than reading the paper online which I know was going to be a one liner I know you well enough.
What are your suggestion.
I got a camera that I gotta tell you it.
I'm surprised that more.
People's eyes don't -- when they read the news.
There have been that is enough to make you cry.
But a you know -- the newspaper allergy.
As such is very rare.
I researched this question and disgusted with my allergy.
Specialists -- colleagues.
And it's -- is giving you the symptoms you're right whoever wrote this letter.
It's the newest -- that's the irritant.
Not the paper itself.
So I don't know what the answers work their way through newspaper.
And as Jamie said read your newspaper online.
-- but it's not it's not an allergy to the paper itself it's usually.
An allergy to the print.
Are or you can read goodnight and allergy and and irritation dot maybe you don't read the paper the -- -- throughout the day you think those very tense might lesson that's a very good idea I haven't.
Thought I'm gonna take the newspaper to my office between patients over the news okay.
Board gloves -- that's what I -- gloves maybe but you know -- some paper -- but it's not forget it.
She her cleaning -- and yeah okay and it gets all of your hands into the washing hands something you.
Well you know it's something --
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