Active people who are prone to sweating may have some built-in protection from exercise-induced asthma attacks, a new study suggests.
With careful monitoring, even children who have had allergic reactions to a vaccine can still be vaccinated, a U.S. team of experts said on Tuesday.
Children with the allergic skin condition eczema are at increased risk of developing asthma well into adulthood, according to a decades-long study.
Delaying the introduction of cow's milk may increase, rather than decrease, the risk that a child will develop allergies in the first 2 years of life, researchers from the Netherlands report.
Women who eat a Mediterranean diet while pregnant could help stave off asthma and allergies in their children, a new study suggests.
German researchers say they have found some of the strongest evidence yet linking traffic pollution to childhood allergies.
Americans spent US$11 billion on doctors' bills, prescription drugs and other treatments for allergies in 2005, according to government statistics released on Wednesday.
People with milder asthma symptoms tend to fare better in the long-term if they start using inhaled steroids early on, a new study suggests.
A probiotic drink a day may help keep hay fever away, British researchers said on Tuesday.
The lung function of asthmatic children can be checked using a simple test that measures the nitric oxide concentration in their exhaled breath.