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07/06/2012 - Baby milk allergy campaign
Parents are having to make ten or more trips to their doctor before a child is diagnosed with cows' milk allergy, campaigners claimed today. 1 comments More

01/05/2012 - Asthma patients "unaware" of risk
More than a third of people with asthma are at risk of a fatal attack through not realising the extent of the threat they face, according to a study published today. More

25/04/2012 - Lessons from elite athletes with asthma
Some athletes who have asthma are not receiving the right treatment or getting the right advice, experts warned today. More

24/04/2012 - Hay fever fruit and nut warning
People with hay fever should check if they suffer reactions to any fruits, vegetables or nuts, experts warned yesterday. More

20/04/2012 - Allergic disease reaching ‘epidemic proportions’
The increase in allergic diseases and asthma is in danger of reaching epidemic proportions, experts have claimed. More

12/04/2012 - Insect bite medicine warning
Over-the-counter medicines for insect bites may be ineffective - despite being packed with powerful pharmaceuticals, experts say today. More

06/04/2012 - Asthma vaccination targets dust mite
French researchers say they have developed a vaccine that could counter the effect of house dust mites on asthma patients. More

22/03/2012 - Euro-allergy epidemic warning
Allergy specialists warned yesterday of a growing "epidemic" in Europe. More

20/03/2012 - Changes that help asthma children
Small changes in primary care and schools have been able to achieve dramatic improvements in preventing serious illness among children with asthma, a conference will hear today. More

19/03/2012 - New child allergy findings
Scientists say they can explain how giving common antibiotics to infants increases the risk of serious allergies. More

15/03/2012 - Alarm at child asthma variations
Campaigners have expressed alarm as new figures show that asthma care for children is getting patchier in England. More

20/02/2012 - Dust mite treatment clue found
British scientists have found a natural molecule - found in the body - that might help control allergic reactions caused by the house dust mite, it has been announced. More

01/02/2012 - Asthma test and national review aim to cut deaths
Experts have developed a new test to give people with asthma an idea of their risk of a severe attack, it was announced today. More

24/01/2012 - Vaccine allergy problems "rare"
Severe allergic reactions following vaccination are "extremely rare", experts say today. More

20/01/2012 - Asthma link to early growth spurt
Babies who grow quickly in the first three months of life may be at greater risk of suffering from asthma in later life. More

30/12/2011 - Allergy tests not ‘magic bullets’
Blood tests and skin prick tests should never be used to make a standalone allergy diagnosis, two doctors have warned. More

23/12/2011 - Methods to test contact allergies revealed
A unique method for testing contact allergies using cultured skin cells has been developed by researchers at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden. More

15/12/2011 - Drive to cut allergy deaths
Hospitals need to have clear rules to ensure follow-up care for emergency patients treated for anaphylaxis - a severe allergic reaction, according to guidance published today. More

13/12/2011 - Atlas highlights postcode care
Campaigners pledged to step up demands for improved care in some regions of the UK as the latest "Atlas of Variation" was published. More

13/12/2011 - Family stress may raise allergy risk
Raising children in a low-stress environment may help prevent the development of allergies, Swedish researchers have reported. More

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