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Thursday, June 20, 2013
Diseases & Conditions
Sucking on your infants` pacifier may protect them against allergy
Parents who suck on their infants` pacifiers may protect their children against developing allergies, a new study has revealed.
Under-the-tongue drops can give kids needle-free relief from asthma, a
Putting liquid drops under the tongue could be a safe and effective alternative to injections or other medications, for treating children with se
Simple ways to tackle seasonal allergies
One sinus expert at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) said despite a late spring, the summer allergy season will be strong.
66% adult asthma sufferers are also allergic
At least two-thirds of all adult asthma sufferers also have an allergy, a new study has found.
Soon, genetically modified apple that causes no allergic reaction
Italian scientists and researchers are trying to develop a hypo-allergenic apple, which could provide a new frontier for the genetically modified
Excess vitamin D during pregnancy linked to food allergies in kids
Caesarean babies at higher risk of asthma, allergies
Beware! Hot air blowers can cause allergies
Cleanliness can cause peanut allergies in kids
Allergic kids can tolerate eggs when baked at 350 degrees
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