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Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome (FPIES) is a rare type of food allergy that is not well understood and is thought…

Allergic rhinitis and chronic rhinosinusitis both involve inflammation of the nose. In the research article “National Trends in Allergic Rhinitis…

It has been suggested that if a woman takes probiotic supplements during pregnancy then this could help reduce the chances…

Dryness of the mouth and eyes are known side effects of some anticancer treatments. In the open-access article “Sjögren’s Syndrome…

Atherosclerosis develops when our arteries begin to become narrowed or hardened. In the research article “Assessment of Subclinical Atherosclerosis in…

Lupus is a type of autoimmune disease that is hard to diagnose and is not well understood. In the open-access…

Antibiotic medicines help to fight infection in the body; however, some people can be allergic to them. This is often…

A lot is known about the causes and treatment options for asthma. However, the most important success factors for an…

What’s it like inside your nose? Is snot good? How does our nose protect us from getting sick or having…

Allergic rhinitis affects a large portion of the population (up to 30% of adults and 40% of children). The symptoms…

Peanut allergy is a leading cause of anaphylaxis and some infants are more at risk of developing it than others….

Schizophrenia is a long-term (chronic) mental health condition. In the research article “Autoantibodies against Central Nervous System Antigens and the…

This blog post is about the reliable diagnosis of food allergies, which is currently mainly done through the use of…

This is the tenth post of our mini-series about asthma based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients and…

This is the ninth post of our mini-series about asthma based on our patient booklet “Fast Facts for Patients and…

Scleroderma, meaning “hard skin” in Greek, is a rare autoimmune condition that causes skin and tissue to thicken and become…

Allergies are a body’s adverse reaction to a relatively harmless substance. The methods to test allergies have been well established…

Celiac disease is one of the world’s most prevalent genetic autoimmune diseases. The disease affects between 1 in 100 and…

If a patient has an allergy to penicillin, it can complicate the treatment of common bacterial infections, such as tetanus,…

Antibiotics are frequently prescribed to children experiencing acute worsening of their asthma, but are they always needed? Published in the…

COVID-19 is having an impact on infants’ microbiota, and this may affect them in their later lives. Published in the…

During 2019 and 2020, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Global Leprosy Strategy 2021–2030 “Towards zero leprosy” was developed. The core…

The first World AIDS Day was marked on December 1, 1988. Now, 33 years later, we still have good reason…

Lupus Awareness Month takes place during October in the UK every year. We spoke with Mandy McCartney, a Specialist Lupus…

Delayed allergic reactions, also known as delayed hypersensitive reactions, occur days, weeks or even months after exposure. This post deals…

In accordance with the motto of this year’s World Asthma Day, “Uncovering Asthma Misconceptions”, this is the eighth post of…

In accordance with the motto of this year’s World Asthma Day, “Uncovering Asthma Misconceptions”, this is the seventh post of…

In accordance with the motto of this year’s World Asthma Day, “Uncovering Asthma Misconceptions”, this is the sixth post of…

Allergic rhinitis is an unpleasant condition that can significantly impact people’s quality of life. There is no cure, but perhaps…

In accordance with the motto of this year’s World Asthma Day, “Uncovering Asthma Misconceptions”, this is the fifth post of…