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A group of more than 200 scientists involved for more than 10 years in a major Canadian research effort on allergic disease will receive government funding to continue their work until 2019.
Increased risk seen in those who wheezed throughout childhood, and for those who outgrew it.
Findings are a part of the massive CHILD Study.
Researchers show that ‘good’ gut bacteria can protect against food sensitization.
Three-year study shows that prompt epinephrine use can prevent the need for subsequent doses at the hospital.
A number of recent studies have revealed that exposing children to a dog in the early years helps protect allergies from developing later in life.
Researchers across Canada are investigating environmental contributors to asthma and allergies.