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Pets can help ward off obesity, allergy

Washington: You may want to gift a dog to your baby as a recent study has suggested that a pet early in life may...

Nut allergy tests may be inaccurate: Study

Washington: Being allergic to one type of nut may not mean that you need to stop eating all other nuts, according to scientists who...

Blankets in Chhattisgarh jails to be washed as inmates get skin diseases

Raipur: The inmates of Chhattisgarh jails will soon get rid of their stinky and dirty blankets as the state Home department has decided to...

Dear parents, here’s what you can do to prevent peanut allergy in kids

Washington: A panel of experts says you can prevent development of peanut allergy in your kids by introducing foods containing peanuts until five years...

eating peanuts as baby prevents peanut allergy

Washington: US health authorities recommended Thursday feeding infants foods containing peanuts as a way to prevent an allergy to them. The guidelines were issued by...

Kids on farms have lower allergy risks, says study

Washington: Children growing up on farms have fewer seasonal allergies like hay fever and allergic asthma compared to their urban counterparts, finds a study,...

Flu shots, access to medication help kids combat asthma

Washington D.C.: Kids with asthma require regular flu shots and schools with equipment and access to medications to treat asthma. The study, presented at the...

Neonates’ gut microbiome influences risk of allergy, asthma

New York:The microbes living in a baby's gut within its first month of birth may directly impact the developing immune system as well as...

Your season of birth may determine allergy risk: study

The season in which you were born may be linked to your risk of allergy in later life, researchers, including those of Indian-origin, suggest....

Feeding babies peanuts cuts allergy risk

Washington: Science still might not know as to why some people are allergic to things and others aren't, but a team of researchers has...

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