Can you fight allergies with local honey?

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Could washing dishes by hand lead to fewer allergies?

Could washing dishes by hand lead to fewer allergies?

Allergies are never fun to deal with. But could washing dishes by hand lead to fewer allergies? Find out at HowStuffWorks.

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