Seasonal allergy symptoms can be misunderstood for learning disabilities in young children
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  May 15, 2018  
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 Seasonal allergy symptoms can be misunderstood for learning disabilities in young childrenSeasonal allergy symptoms can be misunderstood for learning disabilities in young children
 
Seasonal allergies can be a nuisance for children as well as adults. And in some young children, the symptoms of seasonal allergies can be mistaken for inattentiveness or learning disabilities.
 
   When Should an Adrenaline Auto-Injector be Used?When Should an Adrenaline Auto-Injector be Used?
 
An adrenaline auto-injector is an emergency treatment for anaphylaxis; serious and potentially fatal allergic reaction to insect stings, medicines, or food, among others.
 
   Cow’s Milk Allergy ManagementCow’s Milk Allergy Management
 
Research estimates that cow’s milk allergies occur in about 7.5% of all infants, with 5% to 10% of affected infants showing adverse reactions to proteins in cow’s milk.
 
 New test developed for accurate and safe diagnosis of peanut allergies
 
New test developed for accurate and safe diagnosis of peanut allergiesResearchers from the School of Immunology & Microbial Sciences and the Medical Research Council have developed a new test to diagnose peanut allergy.
 
 
 Poison ivy and poison oak can cause mild to severe allergic reactions
 
Poison ivy and poison oak can cause mild to severe allergic reactionsApril showers might bring May flowers, but they also bring the arrival of troublesome plants such as poison ivy and poison oak that can cause mild to severe allergic reactions.
 
 
 Asthma and the Hygiene Hypothesis
 
Asthma and the Hygiene HypothesisThe hygiene hypothesis proposes that a lack of exposure to microbial organisms (microbes, or “germs”) in a child’s early years contributes to the development of asthma and allergic diseases.
 
 
 Breastfeeding and Allergies
 
Breastfeeding and AllergiesSome babies may be sensitive to certain foods like milk and dairy products. These babies may not be allergic to their mother’s milk but may be allergic to the proteins that she passes in the breast milk after consumption of dairy products like cheese etc.