A Swedish study, published in the Environmental Science and Technology Review, found that chemicals from computer screens can cause allergic reactions, such as itching, nasal congestion, and headaches. The chemical compound that can trigger these problems is triphenyl phosphate, a flame retardant widely used in the plastic of video monitors and computers. If you use computers in a confined space, make sure you have adequate ventilation.

Having an allergic reaction to wine (generally red wine), such as getting ruddy faced or coughing unexpectedly, is usually caused by the histamines produced from the skins of the grapes. To eliminate this problem, pour a glass of wine and let it sit for 30 minutes before drinking it. The histamines will dissipate into the air.



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