Allergies News and Research

Latest Allergies News and Research

One in five children who had allergic reactions when stung by a bee as a child are likely to have reactions later in life

One in five children who had allergic reactions when stung by a bee as a child are likely to have reactions later in life

Austrian researchers in a world first have successfully engineered an allergy vaccine

Austrian researchers in a world first have successfully engineered an allergy vaccine

24-year long asthma study is answering doctors' questions about asthma and its causes

24-year long asthma study is answering doctors' questions about asthma and its causes

45% of specialists admit having made a recent medical error

45% of specialists admit having made a recent medical error

Federal agencies should assess the safety of genetically altered foods, whether produced by genetic engineering or by other techniques

Federal agencies should assess the safety of genetically altered foods, whether produced by genetic engineering or by other techniques

Research using genomic testing reveals new information on flesh-eating bacteria

Research using genomic testing reveals new information on flesh-eating bacteria

Major campaign victory will create safer environments for children with food allergies

Major campaign victory will create safer environments for children with food allergies

New book predicts a "vaccine century"

New book predicts a "vaccine century"

Soy formula not a good choice for infants at risk of allergies

Soy formula not a good choice for infants at risk of allergies

New SARS air filter

New SARS air filter

Expansion of clinical trial of an experimental West Nile virus (WNV) treatment

Expansion of clinical trial of an experimental West Nile virus (WNV) treatment

Latest findings on HIV pathogenesis at AIDS Conference in Bangkok

Latest findings on HIV pathogenesis at AIDS Conference in Bangkok

Human antibodies that thwart the SARS virus in mice can be mass-produced quickly

Human antibodies that thwart the SARS virus in mice can be mass-produced quickly

More than 75% of children with asthma were unprepared for an exercise-induced asthma attacks

More than 75% of children with asthma were unprepared for an exercise-induced asthma attacks

Myriad Genetics awarded a $14.2 million contract for AIDS and hepatitis research

Myriad Genetics awarded a $14.2 million contract for AIDS and hepatitis research

Emerging infectious diseases will continue to confront society in unpredictable ways as long as humans and microbes co-exist

Emerging infectious diseases will continue to confront society in unpredictable ways as long as humans and microbes co-exist

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