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... I've been allergic to newspaper and phone books my entire life. ... (11 replies)
... Spent a good part of my life in the newspaper business. You are more likely to be allergic to the acidic alcohol base fountain solution used in the press. ... (11 replies)
... Newspaper ink also contains it. ... (1 replies)

... I have a latex ( natural rubber ) allergy, and I have read articles about newspapers being a source of latex reactions because they were (previous to advances in technology) printed on rubber rollers, and some inks may contain rubber as well. You should really see an allergist and be tested. (11 replies)
... Recently, every time I open a fresh newspaper I have a sneezing fit. I'm assuming it's the ink but could be something else. Anyone else experienced this problem? ... (11 replies)
... How does the allergic reaction present itself? When ever I read any glossy magazine my eyes get red and nose starts running. If theres alot of freshly printed paper in the room i can feel it in my throat...scratchy like. Doe this sound familiar? I wondering if it gets worse over time and I need to do something about it. (11 replies)
... I am highly allergic to newspapers. My fingers swell between the nail and nail bed. I can't even wear nail polish. The first time I had a reaction was putting on fake nails. I spent a year at the dermatologist trying to get my nails back in shape. Still having problems after 15 years. (11 replies)
... I have a friend who is allergic to newsprint. She puts the newspaper in the oven to dry it out before reading. ... (1 replies)
... due to what I am unsure, but that had happened before the ink issue. ... (14 replies)
... I had allergy to newspaper ink but somehow it disappeared, now I think it's back in different form. ... (3 replies)
... I have tried everything and the ONLY thing that works for me, so that I can read a newspaper or the mail or a magazine, etc. ... (14 replies)
... A few years ago our local newspaper advised that it was changing the ink it used and it's printing process to a more cost effective method. I never had any problems with any newsprint up to that time. ... (14 replies)
... I highly suspect that I am allergic to printers ink and/or paper products (especially newspapers, either the ink or the paper - maybe both). Could you tell me of a place where I can be tested for that in the Cinti., Oh area. I live in West Chester, Ohio (near Cincinnati). I have had a horrible cough since January (worse when working on my computer and/or reading the... (1 replies)
... lergic to almost everything that moves or doesn't move. My worse offenders are dust, old books, carbonless paper, glossy paper, blue dye, various food additives, newspaper ink, beer, dogs, and cats. ... (3 replies)
Newspaper allergy
Jul 20, 2003
... aper while outside. Have cancelled my subscriptions to two papers and I miss them, But, I can breath. I asked the local paper for EPA tech sheets on their paper, ink and press fountain solution.They refused! ... (1 replies)
... My mom is severely allergic to latex. Among the offending items are balloons, latex gloves, bananas, avacados, hazelnuts, carpet, latex paint, and NEWSPAPER INK. Newspaper ink is made from latex. Ever noticed how it has that old tire smell? ... (11 replies)
... thats what i tested positive for, dustmites and dust, how often does this happen to you? was it continuos for weeks?lib (16 replies)
... to reduce the inner ear swelling. Took 2 weeks for the world to return to competely normal. Went to my allergy Dr and he tested me for environmental allergies and that was it alright. Now I recognize the early warning signs and when I feel that I quickly take Dramamine. ... (16 replies)

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