US NIH Peanut Allergy (NR)
New Guidelines: Babies Should Eat Peanuts Sooner
Airborne pollen grains, animation
Airborne pollen grains, animation.
Nurse administers protein allergy test on patient's hand at Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit.
Nurse administers protein allergy test on patient's hand at Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit. The proteins to which the patient is sensitive shows Wheals or raised plaques. Nurse gives an injection on Patient's arm. Location: Detroit Michigan Henry Ford Hospital USA. Date: 1936.
UNE HEURE SUR TERRE
Various buildings in the Vauban district of Freiburg, Germany. Graffitis (revolution, Karl Marx). Houses adapted for allergies. Keywords: GERMANY,ENERGY,ENVIRONMENT,HOUSE,APARTMENT BUILDING,FACTORY
Allergy problem
Mature adult woman has pollen allergy. She is siting in her back yard on chair and her eyes and nose itch, she scratches and sneezes. Woman is holding handkerchief and wipe her nose. Around her are flowers, meadow and trees on sunny spring day.
Allergy Prevention
Fields of ragweed and goldenrod. An allergy specialist discusses how to avoid an allergy attack. A pharmaceutical manufacturing plant sorts and bottles pills with automated machinery. A young woman washes down medication with a glass of water. PLEASE NOTE VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
DN-SLB-138 Beta SP
ALLERGIES
HAY FEVER / ALLERGIES
THE STARS AS THEY ARE - LORNA AND TOOTS POUNDS
"At home with Lorna and Toots Pounds". Title and intertitles are at the head of the film, followed by the images. <br/> <br/>L/S of the two girls running towards the camera carrying baskets. They run off and we find them in an orchard where one climbs a ladder to pick some apples. They make a great show of picking the apples, getting very excited about it all. They run off and we meet them again sitting on a step ladder which has been laid on the ground stringing onions together. They pull faces at the smell. Lorna pretends to cry - we see this in C/U as she holds out her hankie. She sneezes - perhaps she is allergic to onions? <br/> <br/>C/U of Toots, who mouths: "Would you believe it?" Looks to me like she has got an Irish accent! A middle aged man comes along and takes the onions away from them. Lorna makes a great hoohah about it all, flicking her hankie around the place. Next we see the girls dangling their feet in the river with a pleasure cruiser beside them. Someone dives into the water. The girls get in and swim with their friend. The girls (dressed now) climb into a canoe. One rows and the other sits with a parasol. They sail off into the distance, waving at the camera. <br/> <br/>Note: Lorna and Toots appeared in a Charles Cochran musical revue called Pretty Peggy in 1920. They were music hall stars. <br/> <br/>Safety print exists - show print. Probably to be found in the "The Stars as They Are" roll.
News Clip: Fall allergy #1
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story.
Cedar pollen flying with wind in Kanagawa, Japan
Land, Japan, Kanagawa Prefecture, Minamiashigara City, Allergy, Cedar, Day, Flying, Japan, Kanagawa Prefecture, Nature, No People, Outdoors, Plant, Pollen, Powder, Slow Motion, Wind, Minamiashigara City, Slow Motion
Allergies; 11/11/00
Allergies
ALLERGY PREVENTION
PERFUME ALLERGIES
NDS
US NIH Peanut Allergy (CR)
New Guidelines: Babies Should Eat Peanuts Sooner
Cedar pollen flying with wind in Kanagawa, Japan
Land, Japan, Kanagawa Prefecture, Minamiashigara City, Allergy, Cedar, Day, Flying, Japan, Kanagawa Prefecture, Nature, No People, Outdoors, Plant, Pollen, Powder, Slow Motion, Wind, Minamiashigara City, Slow Motion
Fall Allergies; 11/13/00
Fall Allergies
THE STARS AS THEY ARE - LORNA AND TOOTS POUNDS
THIS DIGIBETA VERSION HAS BEEN MADE FROM THE PRINT - VERSION ON TAPE *PM0872* WILL PROBABLY BE BETTER QUALITY AS TAKEN FROM THE NEGATIVE. <br/> <br/>"At home with Lorna and Toots Pounds". Title and intertitles are at the head of the film, followed by the images. <br/> <br/>L/S of the two girls running towards the camera carrying baskets. They run off and we find them in an orchard where one climbs a ladder to pick some apples. They make a great show of picking the apples, getting very excited about it all. They run off and we meet them again sitting on a step ladder which has been laid on the ground stringing onions together. They pull faces at the smell. Lorna pretends to cry - we see this in C/U as she holds out her hankie. She sneezes - perhaps she is allergic to onions? <br/> <br/>C/U of Toots, who mouths: "Would you believe it?" Looks to me like she has got an Irish accent! A middle aged man comes along and takes the onions away from them. Lorna makes a great hoohah about it all, flicking her hankie around the place. Next we see the girls dangling their feet in the river with a pleasure cruiser beside them. Someone dives into the water. The girls get in and swim with their friend. The girls (dressed now) climb into a canoe. One rows and the other sits with a parasol. They sail off into the distance, waving at the camera. <br/> <br/>Note: Lorna and Toots appeared in a Charles Cochran musical revue called Pretty Peggy in 1920. They were music hall stars. <br/> <br/>Safety print exists - show print. Probably to be found in the "The Stars as They Are" roll.
Airborne pollen grains, animation
Airborne pollen grains, animation.
2000s NEWS
ALLERGY DRUGS, CLARITIN, ALLERGY SEASON PEOPLE OUTSIDE, ALLERGY DRUGS ON DISPLAY, TALKING HEADS PANEL, PHARMACY, PRESCRIPTION
Children and Food Allergies
Toronto teenager Sahil Deboran has a snack and bread and butter and talks about the effect an allergy to peanuts has on his life. His father Peter Deboran describes Sahils first allergic reaction as an infant. Dr. Edmond Chan from the British Columbia Childrens Hospital cites a study recommending children be introduced to peanut butter as early as six months to avoid developing the allergy. Close up on a babys face exhibiting eczema, a common allergy indication while another baby undergoes allergy testing. Food Allergy Canada representative Laurie Harada notes this recommendation is a significant change. Dr. Michael Reider with the Canadian Pediatric Society believes allergy rates can be reduced. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
News Clip: Allergy unit
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story.
Oh no, I have the flu!
4k video footage of an attractive young woman suffering with the flu in a park during the day
ALLERGIES/FLOWERS/TREE