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All articles from: November, 2012

Study suggests taking antibiotics during pregnancy could lead to childhood asthma

In an ongoing attempt to discover the cause of allergies and chronic inflammatory disorders such as asthma, a recent study from Denmark’s University of Copenhagen may shed some light on the link between antibiotics and childhood asthma.

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Could feeding fish to your infant reduce his risk of developing asthma?

According to a recent study by Dutch researchers at the Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands, there may be a way to reduce the risk of asthma during infancy.

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Google search data provides valuable insight into seasonal allergies

If you’ve ever turned to Google to ask questions or find advice about allergies, you’ve probably contributed to the internet giant’s abundant search data that doctors and specialists have been reviewing to gain insight into allergy sufferers and their common afflictions.

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Dermatologist and perfume manufacturers debate use of ingredients that cause allergic reactions

For allergy sufferers, perfume and other scents can be more than just an olfactory ambush.

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