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arrow When that rash spells trouble

25-03-2010
The doctor, thinking it is an asthmatic attack, would immediately administer the nebuliser when in fact you could be a victim of a life-threatening allergic reaction or having an anaphylactic attack after taking some food, medication or following an insect bite or sting.
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arrow Mom's Exposure to Microbes Lowers Allergies in Kids

  12-03-2010
Children born to mothers exposed to microbes during pregnancy may be less likely to develop allergies, German researchers say. They found that pregnant mice exposed to inhaled barnyard microbes gave birth to allergy-resistant offspring. The microbe exposure triggered a mild inflammatory response in the mothers.
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arrow Imaging Tests Identify Role Of Allergies In Chronic Sinus Disease

12-03-2010
Exposing patients with chronic sinus disease to allergens and then obtaining repeated images by X-ray or ultrasound reveals that nasal allergies may be involved in some cases of chronic sinus disease, according to a report in the December issue of Archives of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, one of the JAMA/Archives journals.
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arrow Oral Allergy Immunotherapy Helps Control Asthma - Drops or tablets avoid the pain and side effects of shots, review finds

  12-05-2008
Oral allergy immunotherapy - in the form of drops or tablets - is effective at reducing asthma symptoms and the need for asthma medications in children who have what's known as allergic asthma, a new study finds.
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arrow Food allergies less common than parents think

02-05-2008
Parents often attribute their preschoolers' rashes and runny noses to a food allergy, but in many cases they are putting the blame in the wrong place, a new study suggests.
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arrow Air Pollution Affects Respiratory Health In Children With Asthma, Study Shows

21-04-2008
A new study reports that inner-city children with asthma may be particularly vulnerable to air pollution at levels below current air quality standards. The study, available online today, analyzes the short-term effects of outdoor pollution levels on asthma symptoms and lung function in children.
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