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Clinicians at the John Hunter Children's Hospital in Australia have discovered a less-invasive way to detect severe alle... Read More
A nationwide survey has found that nearly 7 million people in the U.S. – about 2.3 percent of the population... Read More
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The most common feline allergies are tied to flea and environmental items (chemicals in carpet, exhaust, etc). Rarely, t... Read More
Allergists are increasingly recommending what is known as a "rotation diet." For those with mild allergies, this can hel... Read More
A group in Portland, Oregon, called No Nuts Moms, is pushing state lawmakers to create legislation that would make food... Read More
Researchers and some regulators globally are questioning the efficacy of allergy testing. Not all tests are created equa... Read More
Academia Sinica, the most prestigious of Taiwan's research institutions, has called for mandatory labeling of allergy-ca... Read More
After a successful Indiegogo campaign, San Francisco-based Zego Snacks is entering the market nationally with a protein... Read More
The Centre for Plant Biotechnology and Genomics set out to study allergies to peaches, focusing on the most common aller... Read More
Dermatologists used to think that diet was only marginally part of the problem with adult acne. New evidence, thanks to... Read More

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