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01/10/2014 - World highlight on hives
Experts today call for more focus on the skin condition urticaria - also known as hives. More

22/09/2014 - Roasting may trigger peanut allergy
Dry-roasted peanuts may be tastier than normal peanuts - but they are also more likely to trigger the development of serious allergies, researchers revealed today. More

08/09/2014 - Furs may prevent child asthma
Animal furs and skins might help protect babies from developing asthma, researchers claimed today. More

02/07/2014 - Genes link asthma and body mass
New findings show a genetic link between a child being overweight and risk of suffering from asthma, researchers say today. More

09/06/2014 - Allergy victims "trapped" - Euro-conference
People with allergy are "trapped" by the disease, a major European conference has heard. More

15/05/2014 - Gene flaw challenges asthma theories
A genetic flaw may be responsible for the link between babies getting antibiotics and the later development of asthma, British researchers revealed today. More

30/01/2014 - Peanut treatment success revealed
An immunotherapy treatment can successfully help protect children from the worst effects of peanut allergy, British doctors report today. More

29/01/2014 - Premature birth brings asthma risk
Premature babies may have a raised risk of developing asthma, researchers warn today. More

08/01/2014 - Fruit and veg for asthma
New links have been found between fibre in the diet and asthma. More

24/12/2013 - Peanut eating clue to allergy prevention
Women who eat peanuts during pregnancy may help their children avoid serious allergy, researchers said last night. More

17/12/2013 - EU blamed for allergy surge
EU membership has been blamed for many things - and now researchers say it is responsible for a massive increase in allergies in Poland. More

26/11/2013 - Allergy risk lower than murder risk
People with food allergies are more likely to be murdered than to die from a severe reaction, researchers said yesterday. More

21/11/2013 - Wean slow to prevent allergy - study
Women who are breast-feeding might help their babies by introducing solid food after 17 weeks, according to a new study. More

15/11/2013 - Women with asthma ‘take longer to conceive’
Women who suffer from asthma could take longer to get pregnant, according to a new Danish study. More

12/11/2013 - Transplant cures allergy
A child has been cured of peanut allergy by a bone marrow transplant, it has been revealed. More

12/09/2013 - Plan to cut Europe asthma death toll
Deaths from asthma across Europe should be halved over the next two decades, campaigners said yesterday. More

09/09/2013 - Cosmetics and gunsmoke risk lung damage
People who work in the cosmetic industry and soldiers could risk damage to their lungs from substances they work with, a major European conference was being told today. More

06/09/2013 - Good asthma control ‘vital’ during pregnancy
All women with asthma must have their condition closely reviewed when they become pregnant to reduce the risk of complications, experts say today. More

09/08/2013 - Caesarean allergy risk studied
Birth by Caesarean section could leave children vulnerable to allergies and bowel disease, according to a new study. More

19/07/2013 - Eczema’s ‘key role’ in infant allergies
Eczema may play a key role in why some infants develop food allergies, a new study has suggested. More

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