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Epidemiology Change in physiological status or in disease occurrence that conforms to a regular seasonal pattern


Occurring regularly at certain times of the year, e.g., in the summer or winter (but not usually during both). Seasonal allergies follow the predictable pattern of occurring when pollen circulates in the air. Seasonal infections, like influenza, are most common in the winter.
seasonality (sē″zŏ-nal′ĭt-ē)

Patient discussion about seasonality

Q. Regarding Seasonal Nasal allergy. My father is suffering from seasonal nasal allergies. He took a 24-hour loratadine pill, 5 hours ago. His nose is still running just like it was. Can I take a benedryl, or is it dangerous to mix loratadine and benedryl? What else can I do to stop my nose?

A. except well known drug interactions- most Dr. check it out with a computer program they have. you need to ask a Dr. or a pharmacist about it. but i can tell you that if you wait 4 times the T1/2 - that is enough to consider the drug out of the system.

Q. i suffer of seasonal allergy , besides pills , are they alternative methods to treat seasonal allergy?

A. Here are a few sites that may be useful:
Hope this helps.

Q. what is the most natural way to treat seasonal Allergy and to ease symptoms of between seasons?

A. here is a web page with info about seasonal Allergy various treatments:

i hope it's what you are looking for.

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However, for these seasonalities to be a gain in wealth, they must exist in excess of any compensation for risk.
Thus, if there is no seasonality, this infers that the observed seasonalities in the returns that are not risk-adjusted are indeed risk induced.
Norway and Spain demonstrate seasonalities with the two-way ANOVA, but not the Friedman Rank Sums.
This inconsistency can lead to differing views both about the existence of seasonalities and about the ability to profit consistently from them.
The one point that has not been addressed is how these seasonalities vary over time.
Further, information becomes more efficient in an integrated market; investors would then learn of these seasonalities and anticipate them.
Regardless of the test or numeraire used, the number of observed seasonalities is lower.
The trend of fewer observed seasonalities continues into an examination of the excess returns from the individual markets as presented in Table 8.
Constraining the time span of returns lessens the number of observed seasonalities.
The examination of seasonalities also controls for changes in the level of capital market segmentation found in other studies.