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10/02/2009 - 'Natural' perfumes can trigger allergy
Allergy to perfume may be more widespread than previously thought, says an expert. More

03/02/2009 - New allergy drug hope
British and Irish researchers are hoping to see the development of a new kind of allergy drug following a scientific discovery. More

30/01/2009 - Can diet help alleviate eczema?
Researchers have investigated whether excluding foods from the diet can help treat childhood eczema - and concluded there is little evidence of benefit. More

23/01/2009 - Pollen tablets can alleviate hay fever
Children who suffer from hay fever may benefit from taking a grass pollen tablet every day. More

16/01/2009 - Probiotics cannot prevent allergy in young children
Giving probiotics to pregnant women and their babies is unlikely to help prevent allergies, experts say. More

30/12/2008 - Fungus clue to asthma
A common medication may help some patients with severe asthma, British researchers reported today. More

12/12/2008 - Peanut pregnancy advice may change
Two days after experts warned of "peanut hysteria", a British agency has changed its advice on avoiding peanuts during pregnancy. More

10/12/2008 - Nut avoidance reaching 'hysterical' levels
Fear of nut allergies is creating "mass hysteria", according to an expert today. More

04/12/2008 - Hope for food allergy treatment
A new treatment may be on the way for people with severe food allergies. More

02/12/2008 - Asthma link to caesarean
Growing rates of caesarean section have caused alarm - and now researchers have found a new reason for concern. More

28/11/2008 - National award for innovative allergy test
A new wide-ranging allergy test made by UK experts has received a prestigious award. More

27/11/2008 - Asthma Declaration to boost care in Europe
Care for people with asthma needs a radical overhaul, according to experts. More

21/11/2008 - Asthma risk for autumn babies
Asthma rates are significantly higher for babies born in the autumn, according to new research. More

14/11/2008 - Low allergy plants needed in town centres
Town planners are being asked to consider allergy sufferers when choosing plants for "green spaces". More

11/11/2008 - Breast-feeding boosts lung power
Babies who are breast-fed for at least four months develop healthier lungs, British researchers reported yesterday. More

31/10/2008 - Could allergies protect against cancer?
People who suffer from allergies may enjoy some protection against developing cancer, according to a new analysis. More

29/10/2008 - Severe rice allergy on the increase
New research suggests that rice may trigger a serious allergic condition in some children. More

24/10/2008 - Serious rise in children with food allergies
Millions of children around the world are likely to be suffering from food allergies, according to newly-released figures. More

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

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