I think an allergy tracker would be a great idea, you could track seasonal allergies, results of allergy medications, and record the results of allergy tests. People could recognize their triggers (time of day, time of year, etc.) and learn when their seasonal allergies acted up, etc.
I am currently using the asthma tracker as a pseudo-allergy tracker... just renamed it to "allergy tracker" hehehe... because the medications are the same in my case and the events are similar and then i add other information in my journal...
but a real allergy tracker would be great!!! would cut back the need for having to add all the extra allergy related events to my journal daily.
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