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With kiwifruit becoming ubiquitous in grocery stores worldwide, reports of allergic reactions have also increased. But some varieties may be less likely to trigger allergies than others, a study said.
2010/12/7
The use of paracetamol for infants may be linked to the development of allergies and asthma later on, according to a report.
2010/11/30
There is actually a legitimate reason why parents ask kids to not jump on their beds — bouncing up and down on mattresses is one of the main causes of asthma and allergy, according to a study conducted by Kaohsiung Medical University.
2010/10/4
The federal government is considering whether to ban peanuts from being served on board commercial airlines.
2010/6/13
People with severe asthma are getting a radically different treatment option: A way to snake a wire inside their lungs and melt off some of the tissue that squeezes their airways shut.
2010/5/6
Eating meat may be a much more common trigger for anaphylaxis — a severe and potentially deadly allergic reaction — than previously thought, U.S. researchers said on Sunday.
2010/3/1
An itchy red rash around the mouth and hypersensitive lips can be an indication of an allergy to flavouring agents in foods.
2010/1/5
Children with asthma can ease the symptoms of the condition by swimming, according to a scientific study from Taiwan.
2009/10/13
Swimming in a chlorinated pool may boost the odds that a child susceptible to asthma and allergies will develop these problems, a study released today indicates.
2009/9/16
A two-month old girl breastfed by her mother suffered from constipation, and almost went into a medical shock due to allergic reactions to her mother's seafood-rich diet. Li Min-chun.
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