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 Climate change heats up fungal threats worldwideClimate change heats up fungal threats worldwide
 
Review in The Lancet Microbe discusses how rising global temperatures enable fungi to adapt, becoming more thermotolerant and expanding into new areas, which may lead to an increased emergence of novel pathogens impacting socially vulnerable groups the most.
 
 
 New schools in England face pollution perilNew schools in England face pollution peril
 
Study uncovers high pollution levels at new school sites in England, surpassing WHO guidelines, raising concerns about children's health and the need for policy reforms to ensure safer environments.
 
   Unique bacteria colonize the gut shortly after birth and make serotonin to educate gut immune cellsUnique bacteria colonize the gut shortly after birth and make serotonin to educate gut immune cells
 
A recent study revealed that neonatal gut bacteria produce serotonin and down-regulate monoamine oxidase A (MOA) to limit serotonin breakdown, thereby promoting immune tolerance.
 
   Multiple atmospheric pollutants may be triggering asthma symptoms among childrenMultiple atmospheric pollutants may be triggering asthma symptoms among children
 
Exposure to several combinations of toxic atmospheric pollutants may be triggering asthma symptoms among children, a recent analysis suggests.
 
   Study highlights potential therapeutic target for immune-related disordersStudy highlights potential therapeutic target for immune-related disorders
 
A new study highlights a potential therapeutic target for immune-related disorders, such as multiple sclerosis and asthma.
 
 Second-hand vape smoke linked to more asthma symptoms in kids
 
Second-hand vape smoke linked to more asthma symptoms in kidsStudy in the journal Children explored the impact of second-hand e-cigarette smoke on children with asthma, suggesting increased symptomatic days despite no significant difference in clinical intervention needs, underscoring the importance of awareness about e-cigarette smoke's potential harms.
 
 
 Air pollution in Austin neighborhoods raises asthma-related ER visits, study finds
 
Air pollution in Austin neighborhoods raises asthma-related ER visits, study findsAir pollution in Austin neighborhoods is linked to an increased rate of asthma-related trips to the emergency room (ER), especially in areas with a high proportion of Black and Latinx residents, according to a new study by researchers at Dell Medical School and the College of Natural Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin.
 
 
 Innovative study on asthma inflammation funded by NIH/NIAID grant
 
Innovative study on asthma inflammation funded by NIH/NIAID grantIn a significant stride for respiratory medicine, Lundquist Institute (TLI) investigator Nicholas Jendzjowsky, PhD, has been awarded a prestigious grant from the National Institute of Health/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIH/NIAID).
 
 
 Researchers find link between gut bacteria and the success of milk-allergy oral immunotherapy
 
Researchers find link between gut bacteria and the success of milk-allergy oral immunotherapyResearchers led by Hiroshi Ohno at the RIKEN Center for Integrative Medical Sciences in Japan have discovered a link between gut bacteria and the success of milk-allergy oral immunotherapy.
 
 
 Study Reveals Key Role of STAP-1 in Immune Function
 
Study Reveals Key Role of STAP-1 in Immune FunctionA recent study has illuminated the significance of the protein STAP-1 in activating specific immune cells.
 
 
 Exploring the Link Between Gut Health and Effective Milk Allergy Treatment
 
Exploring the Link Between Gut Health and Effective Milk Allergy TreatmentExploring the Link Between Gut Health and Effective Milk Allergy Treatment At the RIKEN Center for Integrative Medical Sciences in Japan, researchers under the direction of Hiroshi Ohno have found a connection between gut microbiota and the effectiveness of oral immunotherapy for milk allergies.
 
 
 The Role of Vitamin A in the Pathogenesis of Psychiatric Disorders
 
The Role of Vitamin A in the Pathogenesis of Psychiatric DisordersA group of researchers in Newcastle has been investigating the part that vitamin A plays in the pathogenesis of psychiatric disorders.
 
 
 Study Reveals STAP-1 Protein's Role in Immune Disorders
 
Study Reveals STAP-1 Protein's Role in Immune DisordersA new study highlights a potential therapeutic target for immune-related disorders, such as multiple sclerosis and asthma.