Shoddy News, Get an Allergy Shot
The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) has issued advice on how to beat the summertime allergy blues by using a treatment developed 100 years ago.
Does Food Make you Suffer?
Imagine feeling uncertain about every food you eat because you don't know how your body will react. Living with this kind of uncertainty is a pain, but now there's help.
Food allergies can appear at any age - and starts at infancy. Researchers have discovered how and when a baby is introduced to food impacts their risk of developing allergies later in life.
Puppies Don't Cause Allergies
Puppies and their owners the world over can heave a sigh of relief. Pet ownership is good for the soul and may even help prevent allergy development.
Fishy Packaging Prompts Recall
US Nutrition of Ronkonkoma, New York is issuing a recall for the daily multiple vitamin Women 50+ tablets as the packaging did not disclose that the tablets contained fish gelatin.
Food Allergies Can Lead to Asthma
The beginning of the allergy march in babies and young children may originate from food allergies. Food allergies often begin in babies as early as three months old.
Cockroach Allergens Linked To Asthma
Children can live as little as two blocks from each other in New York City and have an asthma occurrence two to three times greater in one neighborhood as opposed to the other. Researchers decided to take a look at each asthmatic's home environment.
Patching Up Peanut Allergies
Shiver me timbers! A new revolutionary skin patch may solve the sometimes deadly peanut allergy. Pediatricians in France have developed a new skin patch that releases extremely small amounts of peanut oil for the skin to absorb.
Gluten-Free Diet and Tennis
An up-and-coming tennis athlete became a star in 2011 with the help of a gluten-free diet! Novak Djokovic has a record of 37-0 and seven titles. Who knew allergies could be so detrimental?
Don't Be Foolish Self-Diagnosing Allergies
A person who diagnoses their own allergies has a fool for a patient. A new survey finds that many Americans who self-diagnose themselves with nasal allergies or sinusitis have difficulty differentiating between the two conditions.