Allergies News and Research

Latest Allergies News and Research

Seafood is the most common food allergy in the U.S.

Seafood is the most common food allergy in the U.S.

Research into hay fever and temperature of the nose rises helps determine how reliable and effective anti-allergic agents are

Research into hay fever and temperature of the nose rises helps determine how reliable and effective anti-allergic agents are

New leads for the discovery of anthrax antitoxins that could be used in conjunction with antibiotics to treat late-stage anthrax

New leads for the discovery of anthrax antitoxins that could be used in conjunction with antibiotics to treat late-stage anthrax

Kiwi fruit appears to be a significant food allergen capable of causing severe reactions

Kiwi fruit appears to be a significant food allergen capable of causing severe reactions

Detectable levels of dog and cat allergens are universally present in U.S. homes

Detectable levels of dog and cat allergens are universally present in U.S. homes

The impact of rotavirus on the world’s children

The impact of rotavirus on the world’s children

High levels of endotoxin, a bacterial compound that collects in house dust, may lower likelihood of eczema in children

High levels of endotoxin, a bacterial compound that collects in house dust, may lower likelihood of eczema in children

Research points to a possible way to design anthrax toxin molecules that selectively attack tumor cells

Research points to a possible way to design anthrax toxin molecules that selectively attack tumor cells

From potent painkillers to humble cough syrups, the same medicines that help patients misused by teens

From potent painkillers to humble cough syrups, the same medicines that help patients misused by teens

Celiac disease may affect 3 million Americans, ten times higher than previous estimates

Celiac disease may affect 3 million Americans, ten times higher than previous estimates

New research offers clues into how the body controls appetite and food intake

New research offers clues into how the body controls appetite and food intake

12 sites testing a new vaccine to prevent anthrax

12 sites testing a new vaccine to prevent anthrax

Launch of the Jeffrey Modell Diagnostic Center for Primary Immunodeficiencies

Launch of the Jeffrey Modell Diagnostic Center for Primary Immunodeficiencies

62 percent of frequent antihistamine users did not test positive for allergies

62 percent of frequent antihistamine users did not test positive for allergies

New York study reveals that babies in the womb are more sensitive than their mothers to DNA damage from pollution

New York study reveals that babies in the womb are more sensitive than their mothers to DNA damage from pollution

A single dose of a test vaccine sprayed into the nose protects monkeys against the SARS virus

A single dose of a test vaccine sprayed into the nose protects monkeys against the SARS virus

Oral allergy syndrome, allergic response  from fruit

Oral allergy syndrome, allergic response from fruit

Newborns are more susceptible to DNA damage from pollution than their mothers

Newborns are more susceptible to DNA damage from pollution than their mothers

Genetic variation that doubles the risk for rheumatoid arthritis

Genetic variation that doubles the risk for rheumatoid arthritis

Food labels will have to list certain ingredients that people may be allergic to (allergens)

Food labels will have to list certain ingredients that people may be allergic to (allergens)