Vitamin A-enriched cattle fodder is the key to protect against cow's milk allergy
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 Vitamin A-enriched cattle fodder is the key to protect against cow's milk allergyVitamin A-enriched cattle fodder is the key to protect against cow's milk allergy
 
A real milk allergy occurs in about three to five percent of European children and more rarely in adults. The disease is different from lactose intolerance, in which a lack of the enzyme lactase results in the inability to properly break down lactose, a sugar found in milk products.
 
   Major review suggests link between female sex hormones and allergies, asthmaMajor review suggests link between female sex hormones and allergies, asthma
 
Fluctuations in female sex hormones could play a role in the development of allergies and asthma, a major review of evidence suggests.
 
   Histamine levels substantially higher in homes infested by bed bugs, study showsHistamine levels substantially higher in homes infested by bed bugs, study shows
 
New research findings could turn perceptions of the already despised bed bug from nuisance pest into medically important threat.
 
 LJI study reveals key player that promotes skin inflammation in atopic dermatitis
 
LJI study reveals key player that promotes skin inflammation in atopic dermatitisSevere eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that is driven by an allergic reaction. In their latest study, researchers at La Jolla Institute reveal an important player that promotes skin inflammation in atopic dermatitis and the characteristic thickening of the skin.
 
 
 Anti-inflammatory pill could help make vaccines more effective for the elderly
 
Anti-inflammatory pill could help make vaccines more effective for the elderlyBy identifying why skin immunity declines in old age, a UCL-led research team has found that an anti-inflammatory pill could help make vaccines more effective for elderly people.
 
 
 Researchers to develop new device using cold plasma technology to tackle airborne allergens
 
Researchers to develop new device using cold plasma technology to tackle airborne allergensResearchers at the University of Liverpool have been awarded funding to develop an innovative device that uses cold plasma technology to tackle the problem of airborne allergens in the home.
 
 
 Early childhood immune signature predicts risk of developing asthma later on
 
Early childhood immune signature predicts risk of developing asthma later onAsthma is a chronic inflammatory disease driven by the interplay of genetics, environmental factors and a diverse cast of immune cells.