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17/10/2008 - Researchers back breastfeeding to avoid asthma
New findings reinforce the benefits of breast-feeding in helping to prevent allergic diseases in children. More

03/10/2008 - Early introduction of fish cuts eczema rate in infants
Infants who eat fish in the first nine months of life seem to be protected against developing the allergic skin disease, eczema, researchers have reported. More

03/10/2008 - Hay fever linked to facial pain
Researchers have found that children who suffer from hay fever are also more likely to experience headaches, facial pain and ear aches. More

19/09/2008 - Possible link between folic acid and childhood asthma
Pregnant women may be influencing their children's risk of developing asthma and allergy by taking folic acid supplements, researchers warned today. More

19/09/2008 - Hay fever link to adult asthma
Children who suffer from hay fever faced an increased risk of developing asthma as adults, researchers warned today. More

18/09/2008 - Paracetamol, asthma link
Adults taking weekly paracetamol are nearly three times more likely to have asthma than those taking it less often, according to a new European study. More

12/09/2008 - Patients to meet experts at London summit
Allergy patients have a unique chance to to meet professionals and discuss the future of treatment in Britain. More

05/09/2008 - TV star shares allergy secrets
A British actress who made it big in Hollywood has urged householders to protect their homes against allergy during the autumn. More

04/09/2008 - Shock warning on new vaccine
Unexpected problems with the new cervical cancer vaccine have emerged, according to a new study. More

01/09/2008 - New allergy centre planned
The government has taken steps to improve Britain's much criticised services for allergy sufferers. More

01/08/2008 - Allergies protect against cancer?
New research suggests that people who have suffered allergies and asthma for many years enjoy a reduced risk of developing one kind of cancer. More

11/07/2008 - How eczema leads to asthma
Researchers have found an increased risk of asthma in later life among children with eczema - highlighting the benefits of identifying allergies early in life. More

27/06/2008 - Childhood stress raises allergy risk
Major distressing life events put children at a increased risk of allergy and asthma, new research suggests. More

20/06/2008 - Allergy sufferers need better care worldwide
The plight of allergy sufferers around the world has been put under the spotlight in a new global report from the World Allergy Organisation. More

30/05/2008 - Hay fever link to stroke
Being a hay fever sufferer is linked to an increased risk for stroke, according to alarming new findings. More

21/05/2008 - Genes explain why first-born babies are more allergic
First-born children face an increased risk of developing asthma and allergy, according to a study of British children. More

16/05/2008 - Allergy help from pharmacies
A new allergy screening service is set to become available through pharmacies. More

01/05/2008 - Trees may boost child health
Old-fashioned suburban streets lined with trees may provide some children with protection against asthma, researchers reported today. More

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