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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

08/12/2011 - Euro-research call on chronic diseases
European researchers have called for greater efforts to identify the causes of chronic diseases, such as allergy, which affect growing numbers of people. More

02/12/2011 - Body's allergic reaction to cancer
The body releases antibodies, similar to an allergic reaction, as a way of responding to cancer causing damage, according to new findings. More

24/11/2011 - World struggles on asthma
The world's wealthiest countries are struggling to provide good care for asthma and diabetes - while the UK continues to lag behind others on cancer treatment, according to a major report published yesterday. More

23/11/2011 - Early fish may prevent asthma
Including fish in baby food after weaning may help prevent asthma-type problems developing, researchers from Sweden reported yesterday. More

14/11/2011 - Hospitals face asthma surge
The north west of England has suffered the greatest problem with asthma in the last year, according to new figures. More

04/11/2011 - Infants 'need' exposure to dirt
New-born babies need to encounter a wide range of bacteria to lessen their chances of developing allergic disease later in life, Danish research has concluded. More

27/10/2011 - Blue-green hope to beat sunscreen allergy
Swedish researchers are hoping that blue-green algae will yield a "natural" sunscreen that may spare users from skin reactions. More

17/10/2011 - Warming weed raises allergy risk
Global warming may be spreading an unpleasant weed which causes allergic reactions including asthma, hay fever and skin reactions, experts warned yesterday. More

14/10/2011 - Child allergy diagnosis call
Improved diagnostic techniques are needed to identify allergies in children to help them live normal lives, experts said yesterday. More

06/10/2011 - Flu jab urged for asthma
Asthma campaigners have urged people with the condition to ensure they get the flu vaccine. More

28/09/2011 - Asthma risk from HRT
Women who have taken hormone replacement therapy have been placed at risk of severe asthma attacks, researchers have reported. More

27/09/2011 - Alarm at rise in pollution deaths
The number of deaths worldwide known to be caused by air pollution has nearly doubled in the last seven years, officials warned yesterday. More

27/09/2011 - Pregnancy risks studied
Women exposed to a range of chemicals during pregnancy may face an increased risk of their child developing asthma, researchers warned yesterday. More

26/09/2011 - Alcohol linked to asthma risk
People who drink moderate amounts of alcohol may reduce their risk of developing asthma, researchers reported yesterday. More

19/09/2011 - Eating low-fat yoghurt in pregnancy could trigger asthma
Researchers have found a possible link between eating low-fat yoghurt in pregnancy and asthma and hay fever in the child. More

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