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28/01/2016 - Respiratory and allergy services face the future
Four hospital groups have been selected to test new approaches to care in a project backed by the Royal College of Physicians, it was announced today. More

27/01/2016 - No vitamin D protection against infant asthma
Supplementation with vitamin D during pregnancy has no beneficial effect on asthma in the child, according to a Danish study published last night. More

09/12/2015 - Flu vaccine poses little egg allergy risk
Children with egg allergy are not likely to be placed at risk by the flu vaccination, a study shows today. More

03/11/2015 - Dogs linked to asthma reduction
Children exposed to dogs and farm animals in infancy enjoy a reduced risk of developing asthma, according to a major Swedish study published last night. More

02/10/2015 - Height and health - Euro-studies
Infants who take asthma medications may suffer loss of height, researchers warned last night. More

30/09/2015 - Smokers pass asthma risk to grandchildren
The risk of developing asthma may go back at least two generations, researchers report today. More

29/06/2015 - Allergy patients need injection training - guidance
Patients with severe allergies need improved training and information about the use of self-injection devices, according to new European guidelines. More

18/05/2015 - Peanut threat to asthma children
Many children with asthma may suffer from concealed peanut allergy, researchers have warned. More

06/05/2015 - Training and pollution controls for asthma
The world needs more rapid and effective action to reduce air pollution and more investment in training to combat asthma, campaigners said yesterday. 1 comments More

05/05/2015 - Start hay fever treatment early
Hay fever sufferers may benefit from taking preventative treatment before the pollen season starts, researchers say. More

23/04/2015 - Osteoporosis drug may treat asthma
A failed drug for osteoporosis could be the key to an improved treatment for asthma, researchers revealed last night. More

08/04/2015 - Allergy transmitted via donated blood
A new case study suggests that food allergies can be "caught" via blood transfusions. More

24/02/2015 - Peanut cure for peanut allergy
Children who consume peanut foods when they are weaned are unlikely to develop allergy to the nut, British researchers reported last night. More

19/02/2015 - Asthma gene discoveries offer new hope
New genetic discoveries could open the way for new treatments and even drugs to treat asthma, British researchers say. More

16/01/2015 - Rising damp raises fungus bogeyman
Wetter weather makes diseases caused by fungus a growing threat, an expert said last night. More

06/10/2014 - Hope to protect asthma from common cold
British researchers are hoping that drugs can be found to protect asthma sufferers from the effects of the common cold. More

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

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