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Allergies & Asthma

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25/08/2011 - Breastfeeding may not help prevent eczema
New research suggests that extended breastfeeding may not lead to a reduced risk of a child developing the allergic skin problem eczema. More

16/08/2011 - Nut problem misunderstood
Families of children with life-threatening nut allergies too often feel they are treated as being "frivolous and self-indulgent", researchers warned today. More

15/08/2011 - Backing for new asthma drug
British researchers want to test a new kind of drug on patients with asthma after discovering why patients get delayed reactions to some allergic substances. More

02/08/2011 - Electric link to asthma
Pregnant women who spend too much time around domestic electrical gadgets may be putting their baby at risk of asthma, researchers reported yesterday. More

28/07/2011 - Farming link to future blood cancer
Living on a farm could raise a child's risk of blood cancer, new research suggests. More

27/07/2011 - Allergy link to skin conditions
Researchers have found an allergy clue to the skin condition psoriasis - suggesting it may have a lot in common with allergic eczema. More

22/07/2011 - How breast-feeding cuts asthma risk
Feeding a baby solely on breast milk for up to six months after birth can reduce their risk of developing asthma-related symptoms in early childhood, researchers said today. More

13/07/2011 - Asthma pregnancy risk
Asthma may cause problems in pregnancy, according to experts. More

12/07/2011 - Do allergies protect against cancer?
People with contact allergies may enjoy some protection against common cancers, researchers said today. More

11/07/2011 - Tweets reveal health trends
Studying Twitter may be a fruitful way of spotting trends in public health, according to two scientists. More

11/07/2011 - Allergy shock treatment plan
Proposals to improve the care of people who suffer severe anaphylactic reactions were published today in the UK. More

04/07/2011 - Bug that prevents asthma
The elimination of a stomach ulcer bug from western society may be fuelling increasing rates of asthma and allergy, according to a European study. More

30/06/2011 - Pine tree powder for hay fever
A powder from pine trees can help protect children from hay fever, according to Swedish researchers. More

29/06/2011 - Slow growth pregnancy linked to allergy
Babies that are slow to get growing in the womb face an increased risk of developing allergic diseases, researchers revealed yesterday. More

24/06/2011 - Asthma “not linked” to vitamin A deficiency
Vitamin A deficiency does not increase the risk of asthma, new research has suggested. More

17/06/2011 - GM foods may increase allergies
Genetically modified foods and new varieties of fruit and vegetables may increase the risk of allergies, European specialists have warned. More

15/06/2011 - Asthma exercise bar challenged
People with asthma can reduce the severity of their symptoms with regular exercise, experts have told a major European conference. More

14/06/2011 - Anaphylaxis pen redesign call
Emergency injector pens - issued to people at risk from allergies - have failed to reduce the number of deaths from food reactions, experts warned yesterday. More

13/06/2011 - Farm vaccines may prevent allergy
Treatment against the development of allergy might need to begin before birth - and farm visits might be the answer, a major European conference was told yesterday. More

10/06/2011 - Call for radical hay fever treatment
Britain has a “vastly under-utilised” area of medicine with massive potential for treating people with common allergies such as hay fever, it has been claimed. More

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