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01/06/2009 - Coeliac disease plea
Campaigners are urging doctors to be made aware of new guidelines that help in the diagnosis of coeliac disease. More

20/05/2009 - Obese mothers raise childhood asthma risk
Mothers who are obese have a higher than normal rate of asthmatic children, researchers warned yesterday. More

19/05/2009 - Hope for asthma prevention
A scientific breakthrough, reported last night, may offer hope of preventing asthma in thousands of children who show early symptoms of allergy. More

08/05/2009 - Focus on England's child asthma care
More action is needed on asthma treatment for children, the British health secretary said yesterday. More

05/05/2009 - Food allergy link to weight
Children who have allergies to food are much more likely than others to be obese, researchers have warned. More

04/05/2009 - Allergy tongue treatment backed
Under-the-tongue allergy treatments are effective and should be used more widely, say experts. More

30/04/2009 - Allergy hope for folic acid
Folic acid, or vitamin B9, could be an effective treatment for allergy symptoms, researchers reported today. More

24/04/2009 - Expert's allergy advice for the summer
A specialist has published advice for people who want to avoid warm-weather allergies. More

16/04/2009 - Asthmatics short on vitamins
People with asthma tend to eat low levels of two key vitamins, A and C, researchers warned today. More

10/04/2009 - Fish and vegetable oils 'unlikely' to prevent allergy
Experts have found disappointing results for the prevention of allergies with fatty acid supplements. More

09/04/2009 - New guidance as anaphylaxis cases double
Hospitals are seeing a dramatic increase in patients suffering from life-threatening reactions to allergies, British experts warned today. More

01/04/2009 - Skin allergy trigger in shampoo and soap
The rate of allergy to a common ingredient of shampoos, conditioners and soap is much higher than previously thought, a researcher has reported. More

23/03/2009 - Asthma inhaler targets small airways
New research suggests that a popular asthma inhaler can effectively improve the function of "small airways". More

18/03/2009 - Exposure hope for peanut allergy
Scientists believe they can cure children of peanut allergy by giving them a small regular dose of the nut. More

09/03/2009 - Dietary fat linked to asthma
Researchers say it is possible that eating a high-fat diet could hold back the symptoms of allergies. More

03/03/2009 - TV link to asthma
Young children who spend hours glued to the television face a massively increased risk of going on to develop asthma, researchers report today. More

24/02/2009 - Baby's allergen exposure may trigger asthma
Exposure to high levels of fungal spores and pollen after birth may increase a child's risk of developing asthma, researchers reported today. More

23/02/2009 - Inflammation is a clue to ideal asthma therapy
Patients with asthma benefit from careful monitoring of their airway inflammation, experts say. More

18/02/2009 - Study tests water softeners for eczema
A new study has been launched to discover whether using water softeners can relieve children's eczema. More

12/02/2009 - Ragweed allergy on the rise in Europe
People in Europe are becoming increasingly allergic to ragweed, a major cause of hay fever in North America. More

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