Friday, 09 Sep, 2011 Health & Fitness
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CO2: New Treatment for Nasal Allergies

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If you are concerned about CO2 emissions, think twice, as scientists plan to develop a new device that can relieve nasal allergy symptoms.

The company Capnia, Inc., a Palo Alto, performed the initial trials of the intranasal carbon dioxide shots for allergy sufferers and found that it can considerably reduce nasal allergy discomfort.

The authors of the study say that the allergy relief, such as lack of congestion, or sneezing lasted for 4 to 6 hours.

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