It all started on a quail farm in France roughly half a century ago. An observant doctor/researcher noticed that farmers and their families on quail farms seemed to have fewer allergy symptoms than the general population in the same area. Over time he theorized that it might have something to do with their flocks of a subspecies of Japanese quail they cared for. His name was Dr. Jean Claude Truffier. It’s one thing to theorize but another thing to prove your theory. But
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It is estimated that one in five Canadians suffer from seasonal allergies. When people think about seasonal allergies, they may think that such allergies occur mainly in the spring. However, as many allergy sufferers can attest, seasonal allergies can also occur year-round, both indoors and outdoors. Why are allergies common in the spring? The change of the seasons is the time of year when millions of us experience allergy symptoms and dread going outside. Fluctuations in the