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Study Finds A Daily Dose Of Peanuts Under Your Tongue Helps Treat Peanut Allergies
Placing a small amount of allergen under the tongue every day helped decrease participants' sensitivity to peanut powder.
Science Confirms The Obvious: Kids With Allergies Get Bullied
One in three gets bullied, and about half of those kids' parents don't know it's happening.
Finnish Scientists Announce a Possible Universal Allergy Vaccine
Scientists at the University of Eastern Finland say they hope to have an allergy vaccine on the market in five … Continued
Lab-Grown Human Cells Could Replace Animals For Cosmetics Testing
Good news for animal rights activists: Lab-grown human cells can be used to test for allergic reactions to cosmetics, possibly … Continued
Advanced Chip To Replace Fluffy Bunnies In Cosmetics Testing
As part of the cosmetic industry’s attempt to shift away from animal testing for makeup, L’Oreal and the Hurel Corporation … Continued
A Lousy Reason for Asthma and Allergies
Parasites may reduce their hosts' risk of developing immune dysfunctions
Don’t Worry, Get Married
Smiley people seem to have more wedded bliss
Science Confirms the Obvious: Allergies Make You Uncomfortable
But is that enough to justify a sick day?