Allergies News and Research

Latest Allergies News and Research

ACR Convergence pivots to all-virtual, interactive format

ACR Convergence pivots to all-virtual, interactive format

NIAID awards $17 million to establish the Centers for Research in Emerging Infectious Diseases

NIAID awards $17 million to establish the Centers for Research in Emerging Infectious Diseases

NPS MedicineWise offers information to prevent hay fever symptoms

NPS MedicineWise offers information to prevent hay fever symptoms

Researchers identify how promising therapy may work to improve adverse effects of NAFLD

Researchers identify how promising therapy may work to improve adverse effects of NAFLD

BM32 vaccine against grass pollen allergy could be potential treatment for hepatitis B infection

BM32 vaccine against grass pollen allergy could be potential treatment for hepatitis B infection

Preclinical studies of a COVID-19 vaccine candidate show positive results

Preclinical studies of a COVID-19 vaccine candidate show positive results

Study shows the importance of collagen for comprehensive diagnosis of fish allergy

Study shows the importance of collagen for comprehensive diagnosis of fish allergy

Electronic alert on general practitioners can reduce excessive prescribing of short-acting asthma reliever

Electronic alert on general practitioners can reduce excessive prescribing of short-acting asthma reliever

New injectable drug could offer long-lasting protection from HIV with fewer side effects

New injectable drug could offer long-lasting protection from HIV with fewer side effects

AI can expedite drug repurposing process for finding COVID-19 therapies, says GlobalData

AI can expedite drug repurposing process for finding COVID-19 therapies, says GlobalData

Influenza A virus can spread by airborne aerosolized fomites, finds study

Influenza A virus can spread by airborne aerosolized fomites, finds study

Fewer rhinovirus infections in Philadelphia after COVID-19 stay-at-home orders

Fewer rhinovirus infections in Philadelphia after COVID-19 stay-at-home orders

Cells lining the nose are key entry point for coronavirus, shows study

Cells lining the nose are key entry point for coronavirus, shows study

Children play a larger role in the community spread of COVID-19 than previously thought

Children play a larger role in the community spread of COVID-19 than previously thought

Study: Vitamin D supplementation is associated with compositional changes in a baby's microbiome

Study: Vitamin D supplementation is associated with compositional changes in a baby's microbiome

Influenza viruses can spread through dust, fibers, and other microscopic particles

Influenza viruses can spread through dust, fibers, and other microscopic particles

New clinical practice guidelines on optimal management of patients with COPD

New clinical practice guidelines on optimal management of patients with COPD

PPE shortage could last years without strategic plan, experts warn

PPE shortage could last years without strategic plan, experts warn

With COVID vaccine trial, rural Oregon clinic steps onto world stage

With COVID vaccine trial, rural Oregon clinic steps onto world stage

U.S. scientists to create coronavirus strain for human challenge trials

U.S. scientists to create coronavirus strain for human challenge trials