Cesarean sections and breast feeding can have lifelong effects on a baby’s health, and researchers may have uncovered why.
Asthma & Allergies
A study shows food allergy sufferers can build up tolerance to foods
Is our drinking water making us sick?
Older cell phone components may contain components that trigger rashes in some people
If New Zealand researchers have their way, milk allergy suffers may someday be able to douse their cereal with the white stuff, without the digestive discomfort.
Feeding eggs to a child who’s allergic sounds criminal, but a recent study finds that the exposure could actually cure them — or at least lessen their allergic reactions.
What do dogs or cats have to do with your baby’s risk of catching a cold? According to the latest research, they may help lower his or her risk of coughs and sniffles during the first year of life.
The majority of allergic reactions in kids are accidental — typically due to caregivers’ forgetfulness or lapses in supervision — but 1 in 9 reactions are triggered by giving known allergens intentionally, a study finds.
Are you having an allergy-free summer? You may have Fido to thank for that.
It’s springtime — the season of runny noses and itchy eyes. Consider adding these foods to your diet to lessen your irritating symptoms.
Sneezing and sniffling this season? It could be your Christmas tree’s fault, a new study suggests.
New research suggests that race and ancestry may play an important role in food allergies.
You may now file hypoallergenic dogs under Things That Are Too Good to Be True. That’s the conclusion of a new study by Henry Ford Hospital researchers, which finds that homes with so-called hypoallergenic dogs don’t have lower …