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The Etiquette of Ahhhchoo!

Posted 5 days ago by Drugs.com

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 11, 2017 – Sneezing is your body's way of getting rid of nasal invaders like pollen, pet hair or viruses. But while sneezes may be good for you, they can spread germs to others. Texas A&M University Health Science Center researchers offer some suggestions about protecting yourself and everyone else during the sneezing season: Look at the big picture. Be aware that the germs in a sneeze can travel far, potentially more than 10 feet, to land on surfaces where they can live for weeks. Antibacterial wipes can help reduce the risk that you'll touch germs when you make your way around the world each day. Hand hygiene helps. If you cover your sneeze with your hands, make sure to wash them afterward using soap and warm water for at least 30 seconds. Hand sanitizer isn't enough on its own. Otherwise, the germs may take up residence in your hands and spread to other people ... Read more

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New Guidelines Urge Early Intro to Peanut Products in High-Risk Infants

Posted 11 days ago by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, Jan. 5, 2017 – Babies at increased risk for peanut allergy should have peanut-containing foods added to their diets as early as 4 months of age, new U.S. guidelines suggest. The recommendation comes from the U.S. National Institutes of Health and other expert groups. And it advocates a tactic that might seem counterintuitive: To drastically cut the chances of peanut allergy in high-risk babies, parents should introduce "age-appropriate" forms of peanut products early in life. Researchers said the advice is based on a pivotal clinical trial called LEAP, funded by the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and first published in 2015. That study turned old thinking about peanut allergies on its head. At one time, doctors recommended complete peanut avoidance for babies and young children at high risk of an allergic reaction. That advice, however, didn't ... Read more

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Food Allergies Among Kids Vary by Race: Study

Posted 22 Nov 2016 by Drugs.com

TUESDAY, Nov. 22, 2016 – Black and Hispanic children are much more likely to have corn, shellfish and fish allergies than white children, according to a U.S. study. The study also found that compared to whites, black children have much higher rates of asthma, eczema and allergies to wheat and soy. The results, from the study of 817 children who were diagnosed with food allergies from birth to age 18, show that race and ethnicity are important factors in how people are affected by food allergies, according to the researchers. "Food allergy is a prevalent condition in the U.S., but little is known about its characteristics and severity in racial minority groups," said study lead author Dr. Mahboobeh Mahdavinia, an allergy and immunology expert at Rush University in Chicago. "Our goal was to characterize the food allergy-related outcomes in these children and to identify any disparities ... Read more

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How to Introduce Your Baby to Food Containing Peanuts

Posted 11 Nov 2016 by Drugs.com

FRIDAY, Nov. 11, 2016 – For parents who are unsure when and how to introduce their babies to food containing peanuts, new guidelines are on the way. The guidelines – coming soon from the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) – are to be presented Friday at the ACAAI's annual meeting in San Francisco. "The first step is determining if your child is at high-risk for peanut allergy," guideline co-author Dr. Amal Assa'ad said in a college news release. "Before introducing peanut-containing foods to a high-risk infant, the infant should be seen by their primary health care provider who will determine if referral to an allergist for testing and/or in-office introduction is needed," said Assa'ad, chair of the ACAAI Food Allergy Committee. Infants with severe eczema and/or an egg allergy are at high risk for peanut allergy, according to the guidelines. Parents are ... Read more

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Food Labels on Potential Allergens May Confuse Shoppers

Posted 1 Nov 2016 by Drugs.com

TUESDAY, Nov. 1, 2016 – Shoppers are often confused by food labels that warn of potential allergens, and the consequences can be serious, new research suggests. "Up to 40 percent of consumers who either themselves have a food allergy or a child with a food allergy are purchasing products with precautionary allergen labels," said lead researcher Dr. Ruchi Gupta. She is a pediatrician at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago. The most misunderstood food labels, the researchers found, are those that say "may contain" or "manufactured on shared equipment." While those labels may sound like the foods aren't as dangerous as those that say a product definitely contains a particular allergen, that's not the case, Gupta stressed. Gupta and her colleagues conducted an online survey of more than 6,600 respondents in the United States and Canada. Those answering the questions either ... Read more

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Health Tip: Health Tip: Manage Allergies

Posted 20 Oct 2016 by Drugs.com

-- If pets make you sniffle, sneeze, itch and cough, there are things you can do that don't include getting rid of Fido or Fluffy. The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology recommends: Limiting how much time you spend around your pet. Taking nasal spray, an antihistamine or bronchodilator, as directed by your allergist. Talking to your doctor about allergy shots. Don't let the pet into your bedroom. Always wash your hands immediately after touching your pet. Give the pet a bath once weekly. Use a high-efficiency vacuum or HEPA air filter at home. Read more

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Parents of Kids With Food Allergies Believe They're Allergic, Too

Posted 12 Oct 2016 by Drugs.com

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 12, 2016 – Many parents of children with food allergies mistakenly believe they are allergic, too, a new study finds. The study included parents who said they, like their kids, had food allergies. But fewer than one-third of the parents tested positive for food allergies. The study was published Oct. 12 in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. "Either people haven't been tested and are assuming an allergy from a previous reaction to a food, or they haven't been tested properly and may not truly have an allergy. Allergy testing, including blood and skin prick testing, is not always reliable," co-lead author Dr. Melanie Makhija said in a journal news release. The study included nearly 2,500 parents whose children had food allergies. Of these, almost 14 percent of parents said they themselves had a food allergy. But when those parents were tested, researchers found ... Read more

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Farm Kids Get Fewer Allergies, International Study Finds

Posted 27 Sep 2016 by Drugs.com

TUESDAY, Sept. 27, 2016 – Growing up on a farm may help ward off allergies later in life, a new study suggests. The study also found that women who spend their early years on a farm typically have stronger lungs than their suburban or city-dwelling peers. Other research has suggested that exposure to germs and potential allergens in early childhood could protect people against allergies later. A team led by the University of Melbourne's Shyamali Dharmage put this "hygiene hypothesis" to the test. Dharmage is a professor in the Center for Epidemiology & Biostatistics. The team analyzed data from a survey of more than 10,000 adults in 14 countries in Europe, Scandinavia and Australia. Nearly 64 percent said they spent their first five years of life in a rural village, small town or city suburb. About 27 percent lived in the city and about 9 percent grew up on a farm. Kids who spent their ... Read more

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Early Introduction of Eggs, Peanuts May Cut Kids' Allergy Risk: Study

Posted 20 Sep 2016 by Drugs.com

TUESDAY, Sept. 20, 2016 – Introducing babies to eggs or peanuts early on may help reduce their risk of food allergies, a new analysis finds. Researchers reviewed 146 previous studies that examined when babies were given foods that often trigger reactions, as well as their risk of food allergies or autoimmune diseases. They discovered that the timing of food introduction may affect allergy risk, but they found no similar link for autoimmune disease. The researchers reported with "moderate certainty" that babies who were given eggs when they were 4 months to 6 months old had a lower egg allergy risk. And children given peanuts between 4 months and 11 months of age had a lower peanut allergy risk than those who were older. The study, published Sept. 20 in the Journal of the American Medical Association, said early introduction could head off 24 cases of egg allergy per 1,000 people and 18 ... Read more

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Food Allergies Linked to Raised Risk of Asthma, Hay Fever

Posted 14 Sep 2016 by Drugs.com

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 14, 2016 – Children with food allergies are at increased risk for asthma and hay fever, and the risk rises with the number of food allergies, new research shows. The study included information on nearly 363,000 children and teens. Half of the kids were white, and 40 percent were black. Between 7 and 8 percent had one food allergy. "For patients with an established diagnosis of food allergy, 35 percent went on to develop asthma," said study senior author Dr. Jonathan Spergel. He is chief of the division of allergy and immunology at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. "Patients with multiple food allergies were at increased risk of developing asthma as compared to those with a single food allergy," he added in a hospital news release. Just over one-third of patients with food allergy went on to develop hay fever, also called allergic rhinitis, Spergel said. Those ... Read more

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Antibiotics Before Age 2 May Be Linked to Allergies Later

Posted 6 Sep 2016 by Drugs.com

TUESDAY, Sept. 6, 2016 – Taking antibiotics at a very young age could increase the risk of certain allergies later in life, new research suggests. "Early life exposure to antibiotics is related to an increased risk of both eczema and hay fever later in life," said Fariba Ahmadizar of Utrecht University in the Netherlands and colleagues. The researchers analyzed dozens of studies published between 1996 and 2015 that included hundreds of thousands of people. Treatment with antibiotics within the first two years of life was associated with a 15 percent to 41 percent increased risk of the skin condition eczema and a 15 percent to 56 percent increased risk of hay fever later in life, the study review found. Risk for both conditions was higher among those who received two courses of antibiotics than among those who received one course of antibiotics, according to the study. While the study ... Read more

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Health Tip: Don't Be Surprised by Fall Allergies

Posted 5 Sep 2016 by Drugs.com

-- As the weather cools down and the tree leaves turn for fall, don't let allergy season catch you off guard. The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology says that: Hay fever isn't an allergy to hay, and it's actually called allergic rhinitis. It's the term that's sometimes used to describe allergies that happen in late summer, often from ragweed pollen. Ragweed pollen is usually high from mid-August until the first hard freeze, but it varies based on where you live. Unusually warm temperatures through fall can worsen allergy symptoms. Get ahead of symptoms by taking allergy medications when the season starts and before symptoms plague you. Try not to rake leaves if you have allergies. If you must, wear a mask to limit breathing in the allergens they stir up. Remember to protect kids from allergens in school, such as chalk dust, classroom pets and food allergies. Read more

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Amish Lifestyle Brings Unexpected Benefit: Less Asthma

Posted 3 Aug 2016 by Drugs.com

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 3, 2016 – It can't be easy living a 19th-century life in the midst of 21st-century technology, but new research suggests the Amish people have at least one distinct advantage over the rest of the population – much lower rates of asthma. "We found Amish children had extremely low levels of asthma and allergic sensitization. Their kids were pretty much protected from asthma and allergies," said study senior author Anne Sperling, an associate professor of medicine at the University of Chicago. That was particularly true when they were compared to the children of another dairy farming population, the Hutterites. Hutterites are similar to the Amish in many ways, except that the Hutterites use mechanical farming equipment. The Amish asthma rate is 5 percent; for Hutterite children, it's 21 percent, the study authors said. Overall, the childhood asthma rate in the United ... Read more

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Allergies Less Common in Kids Who Suck Thumb, Bite Nails

Posted 11 Jul 2016 by Drugs.com

MONDAY, July 11, 2016 – If your kid's nail-biting or thumb-sucking habit drives you nuts, you'll be happy to hear that a new study suggests those habits may have a health benefit. Children who suck their thumb or bite their nails past preschool age may be less prone to allergic reactions when they reached adolescence, researchers said. What's more, the study found that the protective effects seemed to last into adulthood. Still no one is suggesting that kids be encouraged to take up the habits, said senior researcher Dr. Robert Hancox, of the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. With thumb-sucking, in particular, there's some concern that it can interfere with the alignment of the teeth as they come in. "We don't wish to dismiss these concerns," Hancox said. "But," he added, "if a child has a habit that is difficult to break, maybe there is some consolation in the fact that ... Read more

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Easing Your Child's Allergies

Posted 16 Jun 2016 by Drugs.com

WEDNESDAY, June 15, 2016 – Up to 40 percent of children in the United States have nasal allergies, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration says. These kids likely have persistent sneezing, along with a stuffy or runny nose. These symptoms – known as allergic rhinitis – are more likely to develop if one or both parents have allergies, the agency noted. Nasal allergies can be caused by outdoor allergens such as plant pollens (seasonal allergies) or indoor allergens such as mold, dust mites and pet dander. If your child has seasonal allergies, pay attention to pollen counts and try to keep him or her inside when pollen levels are high, the FDA suggests. In the spring and summer, during the grass pollen season, pollen levels are highest in the evening. In the late summer and early fall, during ragweed pollen season, pollen levels are highest in the morning. Some molds may also be seasonal. ... Read more

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chlorpheniramine / pseudoephedrine, chlorpheniramine / ibuprofen / pseudoephedrine, chlorpheniramine / methscopolamine / pseudoephedrine, chlorpheniramine / phenylephrine / pyrilamine, Alenaze-D, Decon-A, Chlorex-A 12, Phena-Plus, Ricobid NR, Codimal DM, Ru-Hist Forte, Novafed A, Viravan-T, K-Tan 4, K-Tan, Ryna-12, Codituss DM, Ed ChlorPed, Benaphen Plus, Dytan-D, Pediatex-CT, D-Tann, Dytan, Ben-Tann, Bromhist Pediatric, Comtrex Sinus and Nasal, BroveX-D, Deconsal CT, Coldec, Allerhist-1, Tavist-1, Deconsal DM, Complete Allergy, Xiral SR, Relera, Mintex PSE, Palgic DS, Dallergy-JR, Congestant, Dytuss, Banophen, Chlor-Trimeton Decongestant, Ricobid H, Aller-Chlor, Coldec D, Histade CR, Dynahist ER, Medi-Sleep, Tavist ND, Brovex CT, Clinacort, Dailyhist-1, Touro Allergy, Andehist NR Syrup, Bromaline, Bromaxefed RF Syrup, Nalfed, Lodrane Liquid, M-Hist TD, Ultrabrom, Iofed, Pseubrom, Q-Tapp, acetaminophen / brompheniramine / dextromethorphan / pseudoephedrine, LoHist-PD, J-TanD PD, Trinalin Repetabs, Seldane-D, Brovex SR, Bromhist-NR, AccuHist Pediatric, Unit-Tex 10 / 120 ER, Unit-Hist Drops, Di-Bromm, Bromfenex PD, Pseubrom-PD, P-Tann D, Triaminic Cold & Allergy, ChlorTan D, Rinate Pediatric, Cardec Drops, CP Dec, C Phen Drops, Tannate Pediatric, Histadec, PediaTan D, Ed ChlorPed D, Endafed, Nalfed PD, Respahist, Iofed PD, Ultrabrom PD, Lodrane LD, Shellcap PD, Touro A&H, Shellcap, Allent, Bromfenex PE, Bromfenex PE Pediatric, Tritan, Tanamine, R-Tannamine, Tanoral, Url-Tannate Pediatric, Rhinatate, Tri-Tannate, Tanamine Pediatric, Tri-Tannate Pediatric, Rhinatate Pediatric, URL-Tannate, Triotann, AllerTan, Conal, Allercon, Genac, Tri Tann Pediatric, Tri-Hist Pediatric, Histatan, Triotann Pediatric, Tri-Gestan S, Triple Tannate Pediatric, Equitan Pediatric, VaZol-D, Dimaphen Elixir, Alacol, Benylin Multi-Symptom, Alenaze-D NR, Bromaphedrine D, Bromfed-PD Capsules, Rhinabid PD, BPM PE, B-Vex D, Actifed Allergy Day / Night, Tavist NightTime Allergy, Triotann-S, R-Tannamine Pediatric, Triotann-S Pediatric, Tanoral Pediatric, R-Tannate, Gelhist Pediatric, Atrohist Pediatric, Rynatan-S Pediatric, R-Tannate Pediatric, Dec-Chlorphen Drops, Dec-Chlorphen, Dura-Tap / PD, Fedahist Timecaps, Orlenta, Chlorphedrin SR, Kronofed-A-Jr, Codimal-LA, Histalet, Fedahist, Tanafed, Chlorafed HS Timecelles, Colfed-A, D-Amine-SR, Isophen-DF, Kronofed-A, ND Clear, Chlordrine SR, Suphenamine-SR, Rinade-BID, Deconomed SR, Pseudocot-C, Duralex, Clorfed, Nytol Maximum Strength, Lodrane XR, P-Tex, Bromaphen, J-Tan PD, Siltane, Dimetane Extentab, Contac 12 Hour Allergy, Tavist Allergy, Polaramine Repetabs, Dimetapp Allergy, Zymine XR, Anergan 50, Optimine, Claritin Hives Relief, Wal-itin, Clear-Atadine Children's, Phenadoz, Antinaus 50, Adgan, Phenazine 50, Phenergan Fortis, Anamine TD, Time-Hist, C-Phed Tannate, De-Congestine, Sudal-12 Chewable, Dicel, Pediox Chewable, Sudal-12, Histade, Mintex, Suclor, Re2+30, Sudal-12 Tannate, SudaHist, Allan Tannate Pediatric, Chlor-Mes Jr, Rondex, Rondex Drops, Ceron Drops, Dallergy Drops, Novahistine Elixir, Histatab Plus, Ed A-Hist LA, CP-Tannic, Dynahist-ER Pediatric, Klerist-D, Codimal-LA Half, Fedahist Gyrocaps, Clorfed II, Anamine, Cophene No 2, Chlorafed Timecelles, Brexin LA, Rescon-Ed, Pseudochlor, Curaler, Chlorafed, Hayfebrol Liquid, Suphedrine Plus, Allerest Maximum Strength, Tavist-DA, Genaphed Plus, Ryna Liquid, Histafed LA, Aller-Chlor Decongestant, Sudogest Plus, Triafed