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15/02/2018 - Asthma preventers may protect fertility
Women with asthma may suffer loss of fertility from using short-acting relievers – but not from use of preventers, according to the findings of a major study reported today. More

09/01/2018 - Baby ban on eggs and peanuts until six months
Babies should not be fed hen’s eggs or peanuts between four and six months of age, a UK government body review has concluded. More

12/12/2017 - Antibody drug may help children with food allergies
Giving children with multiple food allergies an antibody drug alongside their food desensitisation treatment seems to offer more relief, researchers report today. More

31/10/2017 - Aptamers as allergy treatment
RNA aptamers are showing promise as a treatment for contact allergy, German researchers have reported. More

04/10/2017 - Vitamin D boosts asthma drugs
Vitamin D supplements could boost the protective effect of standard asthma medication, researchers say today. More

13/09/2017 - Diet and exercise improve asthma
A healthy diet and taking more exercise can benefit people with asthma, even if they are of a healthy weight, a European conference will hear today. More

11/09/2017 - Asthmatic children more likely to be given antibiotics
Children with asthma are often likely to be prescribed antibiotics - even though there is no evidence to suggest the medication is effective, a European conference has heard. More

08/09/2017 - Child asthma improves by parks
City-dwelling children with asthma are likely to benefit from living close to a park or green space, a European conference is to hear. More

11/08/2017 - New immune cell clue to allergic diseases
A ‘checkpoint’ that guards immune cells playing a key role in allergic diseases has been discovered by a research team in Ireland. More

03/08/2017 - Mast cell inhibitors for DVT?
Modern anti-allergy treatments may also help prevent deep vein thrombosis, British researchers say today. More

11/07/2017 - New advice on rhinitis care
Patients with serious chronic rhinitis should be treated with combination drugs, according to new guidelines from UK specialists, published yesterday. More

20/04/2017 - Training needed on powerful new allergy test - study
Clinicians need specific training in the use and interpretation of a powerful new test for allergy coming into use across the UK and Europe, experts say today. More

22/03/2017 - Microbe protection from asthma?
Researchers working on the 'hygiene hypothesis' have found more evidence that exposure to microbes may protect against the development of asthma, they report today. More

15/02/2017 - Extended therapy needed for hay fever
It takes three years of treatment with grass pollen immunotherapy to achieve extended reduction of symptoms of allergic rhinitis, researchers reported last night. More

10/01/2017 - Childhood asthma linked to acid-suppressants in pregnancy
Women who take heartburn medication during pregnancy may increase their infants' chances of developing asthma, new research has claimed. More

28/12/2016 - Asthma guidance could save cash
Improving the medical management of asthma could bring cost savings in the British NHS, according to guidance published today. More

21/12/2016 - Cured meat-asthma link found
Eating large amounts of cured meat may trigger the worsening of asthma symptoms, either directly or via increased body mass index, researchers say today. More

08/12/2016 - Metabolism gene origins unveiled
Swedish scientists have unveiled new findings about a gene thought to play a key role in human metabolism. More

28/11/2016 - Community workers untrained in allergy reactions - study
Community health workers tend to exaggerate the threat from food allergy reactions - but lack the skills to treat them safely, researchers say today. More

28/10/2016 - Deeper understanding of asthma uncovered
A study into asthma has led to a ‘paradigm shift’ in the understanding of condition, academics have claimed. More

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