A new study, conducted by researchers from Rutgers University, U.S., finds that early exposure to antibiotics kills healthy microbiota in the digestive tract and can… Read More »Early Exposure to Antibiotics May Lead to Developing Asthma and Allergies
Recent research, conducted by a team of researchers from Bristol Medical School, confirms that having allergies is associated with mental health conditions. But the researchers… Read More »Link between Allergies and Mental Health Conditions Confirmed
A study, recently published in ERJ Open Research, suggests that those teenagers who go to bed and wake up later are at higher risk to… Read More »Teens Who Go to Bed Late Have Higher Risk of Asthma and Allergies
A recent study, published in the journal Nature Medicine, shows that microbiota, aka gut bacteria, play a crucial role in protecting humans against food allergies.… Read More »Gut Bacteria Play a Crucial Role in Preventing Food Allergies
Australian scientists report that they developed an immune-based therapy able to treat peanut allergy in kids. After this therapy, children could eat peanuts without any… Read More »Scientists Developed a New Therapy Able to Treat Peanut Allergy
If you suffer from a dry cough at night, or you just can not fall asleep for a long time, complaining about discomfort, irritation, and… Read More »Bedding Might Cause an Allergy or Chronic Cough
A new review suggests that feeding infants eggs and peanuts early can prevent allergies to these foods later in life. The review, based on 146… Read More »Early Exposure to Eggs and Peanuts Can Help Babies Avoid Allergies Later
Don’t know whom to blame in watery eyes, hives and runny nose? Specialists of the University of Southampton (UK) found a connection between allergy and… Read More »Allergies Risk Depends on Your Month of Birth. Are You at Risk?