Infant and child health

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ADHD, Aspergers and autism

Dr Wakefield, autism and the MMR vaccine. New documents have come to light which show that far from making fraudulent claims about the MMR vaccine and autism, Dr Wakefield's 1998 research was only replicating work done by Professor John Walker Smith two years earlier. Click here, and here for Dr Wakefield's statements - and here for a Natural News report.

Conscious parenting: the dilemmas facing 21st century parents. Dr Dietrich Klinghardt is a recognised authority on environmental/nutritional approaches to many of the 21st century’s most alarming and baffling conditions such as autism, allergies and ME/CFS. Homeopath Patty Hemingway reports on one of his talks.
August 2010

Aluminium, vaccines and ADHD/Autism – an article on the Dr Mercola site highlighting the possible toxic role of aluminium, now often used as a replacement for mercury (thimersol) in vaccines, in ADHD and autism .March 2010

Autism conference reports - reports on a series of conferences over the years.

ADHD – diagnosis, nature and treatment: examining the complicated nature of ADHD that makes it difficult to diagnose, and possible treatments – John Scott 2007

Bullying: Autistic and allergic children are easy targets for school bullies – find out how to help your child and how to educate teachers and pupils around them – FAAN News and Nick Dubin

New Evidence on MMR/autism link: A report on the controversial behaviour of the British government when presented with convincing research of the links between MMR and autism – John Scott 2006

Fatty acids in dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD: introducing the wide spectrum of conditions in which deficiencies of highly unsaturated fatty acids appear to play a role – Dr Alex Richardson

Autism – an allergic disease: Brief accounts of the research presented by doctors and professors in the areas linking food allergy and autism at a conference in 2004

Additives and Mood: What to avoid and why – a guide (beginners and others) to additives and preservatives – Sally Bunday 2003

The story of Matthew, Luke, Joe and Ben: A case study of four brothers affected broadly on the autistic spectrum and the impact of removing all dairy and grain/glutens from their diets – Jacqui Jackson 2003

Diet Allergy and Nutrition in ADHD and Autism: Diet, the only area of autism causes not medically studied, is here explained by five experts, along with related digestive disorders – 2001

Report on Secretin in the treatment of autism: Brief report on the new use of Secretin’s positive effects on autistic patients – Latitudes 1999



The British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology (BSACI) runs a UK allergy service finder listing NHS allergy clinics across the UK. You can only access these clinics thorugh your GP who will refer you/your child if you allergy is deemed to be sufficently serious or complex. However, having the details of possible clinics to hand when you visit your GP could be helpful. The BSACI pages include maps of where the clinics are to be found and details of what services they offer: a child/adult/child and adult service, children's clinics being very much more numerous than adult ones. BSACI Allergy Service Finder. September 2022

How to recognise if a baby has a peanut allergy or is having a serious allergic reaction – some helpful pointers. June 2012

The emotional impact of food allergies in children and teenagers
April 2010

Moving on to college: how to help teenagers with food allergies and intolerances cope when they leave home for university – Carole Risinger 2005

Anaphylaxis and Anxiety: A case study for parents dealing with the anxiety that can arise in children living under the threat of a possible anaphylactic reaction – a member of FAAN (US Food Allergy Network) 2006

Dealing with a Reaction at School: A case study of one mother who evaluated her own response and accordingly took sensible measures to reassure her daughter and instruct staff in the event of a re-occurrence – a member of FAAN (US Food Allergy Network) 2005

Managing Severe Allergies in Schools: Training for school nurses and staff helps to demystify and promote safe management of severe allergic reactions – Sue Clarke 2007

Dairy allergy and lactose intolerance

Goat's milk accepted by European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) as a suitable base for infant formula. Research here, comment here. March 2014

Infant formulae for allergic babies: A review on the conditions that cause babies to need special formulae and what is available – Sarah Merson 2007

Soya formulae for allergic babies: an investigation into the use of soya milk formulae for babies allergic to cow and goat milks – Sarah Merson 2007

Lactose limits: A close look at the varying amounts of lactose in different dairy products, medicines and foods – Dr Stephanie Matthews and Professor Anthony Campbell 2007

Lactose, a sugar not so sweet: The results of research around lactose intolerance regarding lactase deficiency – Dr Stephanie Matthews and Professor Anthony Campbell 2006

The Goat’s Milk Question: An extremely detailed article on the pros and cons of ‘milks’ for all age groups, especially infants. Includes an examination of nutritional values – Frances Dale 2005

Dairy-free children and adults: A guide to help you find out whether you are allergic or intolerant to dairy; what ‘dairy’ actually means in terms of what you must avoid; and many dairy alternatives and book recommendations – Michelle Berriedale-Johnson 2004

Dairy-free infants and toddlers: An in-depth look at the health implications for dairy sensitive babies and toddlers who ingest cow’s milk from birth, including some alternatives – Michelle Berriedale-Johnson 2004

Milk free support: Frustrated parents of a baby with allergy to dairy introduce their website created to help and educate others and encourage more much-needed research – Leigh Stapleton-Ward 2004



Charlotte and the DDAT programme: Charlotte’s mother introduces a programme for improving the ability of the dyslexic, by basically rewiring the brain – Jackie Bonella

Eating out and travelling with a food allergy

The Clowes family go to Spain: with one member allergic to egg and milk, the family show how thorough planning can make your holiday perfect – Clare Clowes 2004

Food, travel and culture: one mother’s preparations for the family holiday include learning how to cook like a local so her family don’t miss out a the true cultural experience – Loretta Jay 2008

Eight-year-old Joel’s school trip: how Joel’s mum managed to send her boy off on a three-day school trip after much planning, with excellent results – Janice Thomas 2004

Eczema and skin conditions

Zac and the infected eczema that turned out to be MRSA. January 2015

The homeopathic treatment of childhood eczema by Patty Hemingway

Practical management of atopic eczema in children: a straightforward set of instructions on how to manage the treatment of eczema in babies and children – Ann Marie Powell 2008

Sun and children’s skin
: an investigation into protecting the skin of sensitive children against the effects of the sun – Frances Dale 2007

Avene-les-Bains and its healing waters: how the waters at this hydrotherapy centre in France have helped heal inside and out – Sara Hannan 2006

Starting school with eczema: how to prepare for passing the
care of your eczematous child to a teacher or school nurse – Margaret Cox 2006

Sandra and the eczema elixir: the story one little girl and her eczema that inspired the creation of The Green People skin products – Charlotte Vøhtz 2004


Eosinophilic disorders

Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disorders – Tylor’s Case: the story of one boy who dwindled to not much more than skin and bone before doctors realised his immune system was protecting him from food itself – 2007

Samuel’s story of total food allergy: a mother’s story of her son, Samuel, who is very probably allergic to all foods and drugs too – Amanda Cordell 2005

EGIDs – Caitlin and Erin’s stories: two mothers’ stories of their baby girls who suffer from eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorders, and how they have coped over the years – Kelly Walker and Nicky Chappell

Prevention, management and treatment of food allergy

How to concieve healthy babies - the natural way.
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Could pre-chewing your baby's food (and sucking its pacifier to clean it) help guard against allergies? May 2013

Childhood food allergies: Current diagnosis, treatment and management strategies. Review from the Mayo Clinic. May 2013

Can probiotics prevent food allergy? Interesting post on YesNoBananas blog. January 2013

How to recognise if a baby has a peanut allergy or is having a serious allergic reaction – some helpful pointers. June 2012

Hazelnuts – a new ingredient for formula milk for pre-term babies. Hazelnuts could provide the fatty acids normally available through breast milk, but which have not yet appeared in the breast-milk of mothers of pre-term infants – but could this be an issue in families witha history of nut allergy? May 2012

Excluding potential allergens from nursing mother's diet does not appear to protect breast-fed babies against allergies. AAAAI report. March 2012

A picture book, The Princess and the Peanut: A Royally Allergic Fairytale, should help kids aged four to nine learn about food allergies through a fairytale classic with an allergic twist. March 2012

Prevention of atopic disease in children – Guidelines from the Irish Medical Times December 2011

Allergies aren't always forever for kids
May 2011

Good dental care especially important for children on special diets
Septembr 2010

Hidden allergens in the classroom: John Scott points out some danger areas in the classroom. 2007

Bullying: Autistic and allergic children are easy targets for school bullies – find out how to help your child and how to educate teachers and pupils around them – FAAN News and Nick Dubin

Children’s allergy service on the NHS: introducing the new state-of-the-art allergy clinic at the Evelina Children’s Hospital in London, UK – Michelle Berriedale-Johnson 2007

Teen Troubles: Analysis of the teenage brain and ideas for the best way to help your teenager live stress-free when managing allergy and intolerance - Anne Muñoz Furlong 2006

Tips for food allergic and intolerant children starting school: a mother of two allergic children, and Foods Matter’s Allergy Agony Aunt, gives some invaluable advice – Gail Sinfield 2005


Mental Health

Explaining anxiety to youg kids - excellent book by Dr Tamar Chansky October 2012

PANDAS – a frightening condition, thought to be caused by the common 'strep throat' bacteria, whose symptoms can include tics, obsessions, compulsions and anorexia. A parent's view. 05/10

So Sad, So Young, So Listen! The forward, by Phillip Pullman, to a book on childhood depression from ages 5-16 published by the Royal College of Psychiatry

Children’s Mental Health – feeding the next generation 2004: Introduction to the modern diet’s effect on our children’s mental health, together with evidence of positive changes in behaviour after diet improvement – from 2004 Feeding the Next Generation conference

Children’s Mental Health – feeding the next generation 2003: a look at some alarming statistics on the health of our children, and how to improve through nutrition – A Pavilion Conference 2003



Infantile rickets – a metabolic bone disease which causes thousands of infants to be born with fractured bones. A frightening post of the Vitamin D Council's site about a four-month old child who has been taken into care because her fractures were misdiagnosed as child abuse. September 2010

A Celebration of DHA: 40 years ago, evidence began to show a special role for DHA as a brain selective nutrient. This conference has brought together research from the intervening decades, and the consolidation of this knowledge is hoped to inspire action to preserve and restore marine resources and the marine-to-human food chain – May 2010 – Cressida Boyd

Paediatric Nutrition
Medical conference organised by the McCarrison Society ( and the Institute of Brain Chemistry and Human Nutrition –
Report by David Marsh 2009

Mineral deficiencies and their fallout: the importance of minerals and trace elements in food allergy, food intolerance and the bio-chemical health of the body – David Thomas 2002 (See 'Emma-jane')

Mary’s story: a mother’s story of her allergic baby daughter – Sam Collett 2007

Callum’s story: Vanessa Gibbons read 'Mary's Story' (above) in the April Foods Matter and it brought back so many memories of her own struggles when Callum was a baby that she picked up her pen... 2007

Pig in the kitchen: a mother of four tells how she deals with intolerances in her family, including a delicious recipe – Melanie Fenson 2007

Total food intolerance – Rhiannon: a personal history of the first six years or so of her life, provided by her mother – Sarah 2006



Should we worry about the amount of radiation delivered by cone-beam dental scanners – especially for children with braces? A long blog article from natural health guru Jon Barron December 2010


Vaccinations – also see our new Vaccination section

Parents of egg allergic infants may wish to check out VACTruth's research into both the varying claims of teh safety of the MMR vaccine for children with egg allergy, and the safety/desirabilty of the alternative single mumps vaccine now on offer which is cultured from the kdiney cells of dogs. June 2012

Sane Vax - a very useful site 'established to provide a single site for information to help you:
Obtain the information you need to make informed decisions prior to vaccination;
Locate appropriate medical/legal assistance if you, or a loved one, suffers from a serious adverse event after vaccination.

Aluminium, vaccines and ADHD/Autism – an article on the Dr Mercola site highlighting the possible toxic role of aluminium, now often used as a replacement for mercury (thimersol) in vaccines, in ADHD and autism. March 2010

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - vaccination guidelines
January 2010

Concerns over legal vaccination coercion
November 2009

Compulsory MMR jab – a human rights issue?

Vaccination: an in-depths analysis


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Research Reports

Associations of self-reported allergic diseases and musculoskeletal problems in children: A US population-based study. June 2017
This survey, of nearly 1,000 children, reports that children with allergic diseases are more likely to suffer from bone, joint and muscle problems. Risk was found to increase with severity of allergic disease. Prospective studies will be important to help identify any causal role in this association.

Clostridium difficile colonization and/or infection during infancy and the risk of childhood allergic diseases. May 2017
This study reports that infants found to have the microbe Clostridium difficile present in their stool samples were at a higher risk of developing allergic diseases, including food allergies in early childhood.

The prevalence of food allergy and other allergic diseases in early childhood in a population-based study: HealthNuts age 4-year follow-up. April 2017
This population cohort study, based in Australia, sought to provide up-to-date statistics on the prevalence of allergies in early childhood. Amongst other findings, they reveal that 40-50% of this sample, of 5276 children, experienced symptoms of an allergic disease in the first 4 years of their life.

Growth of Children with Food Allergy March 2017
This review study finds that children with food allergies have stunted growth. This is found even when their nutritional needs are being met and when they are under the care of a dietician. This suggests further research is important to enable exploration of the reasons for growth faltering in children with food allergies.

Review suggests that the immunoregulatory and anti-inflammatory properties of allergenic foods can provoke oral tolerance if introduced early to infants' diets. Feb 2017
More research to suggest that feeding infants allergenic foods early in life may be linked to a better ability to tolerate these foods.

Introducing Allergenic Food into Infants' Diets: Systematic Review.
November 2016
This evidence-based review explores the association between timing of introduction of potentially allergenic foods to infants and development of food allergies. ‘Results found that delayed introduction of solid foods in general and allergenic foods in particular was not associated with decreased risk for allergic diseases among high and low-risk infants. Later introduction was associated with increased risk for allergy development.’ The authors make some interesting practical suggestions based on their findingsā€¦ ‘For infants at low risk for development of food allergies, providers should advise caregivers to introduce potentially allergenic foods with other solid foods between 4 and 6 months of age when children show an interest in eating solids. Caregivers of infants at high risk for development of food allergies are recommended to introduce peanuts between the ages of 4 and 6 months and work with providers to create an individualized plan for introduction of other allergenic foods.’

Pre- and probiotics for allergy prevention: time to revisit recommendations?
October 2016
‘Recent guidelines from the World Allergy Organization recommend the use of probiotics for the primary prevention of eczema in pregnant and breastfeeding mothers of infants at high risk for developing allergy and in high risk infants.’ Probiotics are a source of beneficial bacteria that are introduced into the gut through oral consumption. This article discusses some of the issues around our current understanding of the research informing this advice.

The role of food allergy in infant colic is still unclear. However, where there is a suspicion of food allergy, a short trial with an extensively hydrolyzed cow's proteins formula or, if breast fed, with maternal elimination diet may be considered a reasonable option. March 2015

Babies who are fed only breast milk have microbial communities that seem more ready for the introduction of solid foods. February 2015

Planning for children's future health should start before pregnancy, with:
Preconceptual maternal nutrition. October 2014
Healthy maternal microbiome. October 2014
Appropriate helminth replacement prior to pregnancy. August 2013

Breast vs. bottle feeding in rhesus monkeys: Marked difference in intestinal bacteria, immunologic development. Septemebr 2014

Recent advances on diagnosis and management of childhood asthma and food allergies. Italian Journal of Pediatrics. December 2013

Newborns exposed to dirt, dander, germs may have lower allergy, asthma risk. Benefits not found for older children. June 2014

Goat's milk found to nuitrionally adequate for term infants. May 2014

First direct evidence that vitamin D sufficiency may be an important protective factor for food allergy in the first year of life. April 2013

Overview of the use of probiotics in paediatric allergy. Castellazzi et al. Italian Journal of Pediatrics 2013.

Eating fish in infancy not only appears to reduce the risk of fish allergy but of food and seasonal allergies in later life. April 2013

Cow's milk formula is of supplemented with prebiotic short-chain galacto-oligosaccharide. However, these can cause alelrgic reactions in atopic children who are not cow's milk intolerant. December 2012

Over 700 bacteria identified in breast milk, and, if these prove to be important for the development of the immune system, their addition to infant formula could potentially decrease the risk of food allergies. December 2012

While the more mature mucosal lining of the intestines of older children are able to protect them from free fatty acids created during the digestion of infant formula, those of premature infants are not and it is thought that these fatty acids damage cell membranes leading to necrotizing enterocolitis, the leading cause of death from gastrointestinal disease in premature infants. December 2012

Migraines linked ot behavioural problems in children September 2012

Ensuring adequate vitamin D levels during both pregnancy and childhood may reduce the development of atopy and asthma in children although the dosage required may vary between the sexes and between individuals.Augusrt 2012

Stress influences childhood allergy
February 2012

Introducing solids from 4 months of age may decrease the risk of food allergy and coeliac disease - updated guidlines.April 2012

Low vitamin D levels linked to infant food allergy
February 2012

Whooping cough vaccine fades in pre-teens

April 2012

Strong link between childhood migraine and childhood eczema, rhinitis and asthma
December 2011

Mothers who suffer from migraine more likely to have babies with colic.
Febuary 2012

Fewer allergies in unstressed babies
December 2011

Delaying the introduction of solid foods can influence allergy in childhood
December 2009

Infant food allergy: where are we now? Dr Janice Joneja charts the change in approach to infant food allergy from avoidance to induced tolerance. January 2012

Early feeding practices and the development of food allergies
October 2011

Study comparing the health of vaccinated to unvaccinated children

October 2011

Allergies linked to a baby’s birthplace and how they’re born
September 2011

Why black children may be more likely to develop food allergies
September 2011

The fewer species of gut bacteria children have, the more likely they’ll have allergies by school age: An exploration of the association between neonatal faecal flora and the development of atopic disorders until the age of six years
July 2011

Early allergy risk affected by prenatal pet exposure, delivery mode and race
August 2011

Toxic chemicals in children’s car seats
August 2011

A new study challenges the claim that hypoallergenic baby formula prevents allergies in high-risk infants
July 2011

Whey-based infant formula may not prevent allergies
July 2011

Food allergies affect one in twelve US children
June 2011

No need to hold back on milk or nuts in babies
June 2011

No party time for children with allergies
June 2011

Bringing up baby: how best to avoid allergy
June 2011

Swedish study provides evidence of link between vaccination with Pandremix and narcolepsy in children and adolescents
March 2011

Vaccinations and allergy shots causing allergies to aluminium
January 2011

Head lice shrivel with chemical-free warm air device
January 2011

Influenza vaccines may vary in amount of allergic components
November 2010

Try Xylitol for ear infections.

Infant  formulas still contaminated with aluminium
September 2010

Fortifying infant formula with essential fatty acids DHA and ARA strengthens infant immune health.
May 2010

Formula milk still falls far short of breast milk in benefits delivered
May 2010

Possible link between childhood obesity and allergy
May 2009

Eczema in infancy and early childhood may be a significant factor in later behavioural and emotional problems. Febuary 2010

Vaccines' Dark Inferno: What Is Not on Insert Labels? A Townsend Letter exposé by Richard Gale and Dr Gary Null's – December 2009

Toxic baby bottles
December 2009

Heavy metals in children’s face paints
October 2009

Breast milk is time specific 
October 2009

Mercury in vaccines implicated in developmental delays in infant monkeys
October 2009

Chronic cough in under tens likely to be caused by reflux or allergy
September 2009

Mothers' health in the days and weeks prior to becoming pregnant may determine the health of offspring later in life 1October 2009

Fragrance allergens found in babies' bathwater
July 2009

Does suspected or diagnosed infant allergy predict adult allergy?

Pancreatic secretory trypsin inhibitor, or PSTI, an ingredient in colostrum, the milk produced in the first few days after birth, has been found to protect and repair the delicate intestines of new born babies. June 2009

Soft lights reduce anxiety
May 2009

Children's bath products contain formaldehyde and 1,4-dioxane
May 2009

Anti-vaccine stand based on research
April 2009

Greatly increased risk of food allergy for male black children
April 2009

Maternal smoking eradicates breastfeeding allergy benefits
April 2009

Study recruits needed
April 2009

Useful titbits from the US Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network
April 2009

Childhood hay fever
April 2009

Baby bottle makers ditch BPA...
March 2009

...but toxins still common in baby products
March 2009

Full list of medicines which must not be given to children under six and are not recommended for those below 12, followed by those that can be given
March 2009

Supplemental formula could reduce risk of allergy
Febuary 2009

Toy care
January 2009

Childhood constipation as serious as asthma or ADHD
January 2009

Children with milder depression may get little help from antidepressant drugs
January 2009

Aluminium replaces mercury in childhood vaccines - an alarming report on the Dr Mercola site about the replacement of mercury with alumnium in childhood vaccines in the US and the possible immunological and neurological implications.
Febuary 2009

Children who are exposed to lead before birth face an increased risk of developing schizophrenia in later life
January 2009

What to do when your child is ill in the night - including advice on easing asthma, allergies and eczema.  
December 2008

Powdered milk helps kids overcome milk allergy
(December 2008

Childhood virus linked to asthma
December 2008

Rice can trigger severe allergic reaction in children
December 2008

November 2008

Age of gluten exposure impacts development of coeliac disease
November 2008

Paracetamol gets the thumbs down
November 2008

Breastfeeding associated with decreased childhood behavioural problems
November 2008

Unwanted pregnancy linked to increased schizophrenia risk in offspring
November 2008

Big pharma ties want to shut down vaccine 'conspiracy theories'
October 2008

Better than sedatives: acupressure calms children before surgery
October 2008

Children with hayfever more likely to experience headaches and facial pain
October 2008

Probiotics appear safe and effective in treating children with IBS
October 2008

Respiratory problems in childhood linked to anxiety in later life
(re-school age exercises can prevent dyslexia
November 2008

Even foetuses are harmed by air pollution
October 2008

Evidence that perchlorate may reduce iodine levels in breast milk
October 2008 ) Read even more

People with and carriers of fragile X syndrome are likely to have additional conditions
October 2008

Food allergy in children in the US up 18% - 4% of US children now suffer food allergies
October 2008

Study finds young children can develop full-blown OCD
October 2008

Viral wheezing infections linked to childhood asthma
October 2008

Infection with stomach ulcer bug may protect against reflux disease
October 2008

Parental asthma knowledge linked to children’s asthma control
October 2008

Prebiotics could help reduce infant allergies
September 2009

Safe vaccines still possible for most vaccine-allergic children
September 2009

Unimmunized kids less likely to get chickenpox if vaccinated after exposure
July 2008

Higher allergy risk in kids due to traffic pollution
July 2008

Stress during childhood increases the risk of allergies
July 2008

Childhood diarrhoea: treat with zinc over 6 months of age
July 2008

Concerns over arsenic in baby rice
July 2008

Trendy medical ID
June 2008

Major mumps outbreak suggests vaccination doesn't work
June 2008

An infant's future mental abilities and susceptibility to mental illness can be influenced by diet in early life
April 2008

Childhood allergies - conflicting views
March 2008

Organic milk provides higher levels of rumenic acid
March 2008

Cough medicine concerns
March 2008

A child's trip to the hospital doesn't always have to involve fear and tears
March 2008

Infant formula should include DHA omega-3 and AA omega-6 to guarantee correct eye and brain development
March 2008

Vaccination: an in-depth analysis
(Febuary 2008

The number of preschool-age children being treated with stimulants, antidepressants and other psychiatric drugs is on the rise
January 2008

Omega 3 fats can protect children against allergies
January 2008

Acupuncture works with ADHD children
Jauary 2008

Talk therapy may help kids with chronic stomach pain
January 2008

Chemical additives - are they slowly killing our children?
January 2008

Mothers who smoke may be cancelling out protective effect of breastfeeding against asthma and allergies
January 2008

Chlorella may help to reduce dioxin residues in breast milk
December 2007

New guidelines on diagnosis and managment of ME/CFS in adults and children
December 2007

Children may be receiving too high a dose of steroids
January 2007

Children and adolescents with depression, anxiety and other so-called 'internalising' disorders are more likely to have allergies
November 2007

Concern about the safety of cough and cold drugs for children under six
November 2007

Adolescents' experiences of being food-hypersensitive
October 2007

Soy isoflavone may reduce a baby's susceptibility to rotavirus infections
September 2007

Children diagnosed with allergy early have a 20% reduced risk of developing acute lymphoblastic leukaemia
September 2007

Nursing infants at increased risk of morphine overdose if mothers taking codeine are ultra-rapid metabolisers of codeine
August 2007

Early exposure to food allergens may boost later tolerance
July 2007

Dusty homes may reduce the risk of breathing allergies
July 2007

Indoor fungi may protect against allergy
July 2007

Pregnancy, diet and eczema
June 2007

Pregnancy, diet and peanut sensitisation
June 2007

Kissing babies can trigger peanut allergy
May 2007

Peanut oils in sun screens
April 2007

Some infections may increase childhood coeliac risk
April 2007

Can rage be treated with vitamins?
April 2007

Peanut-allergic teens at risk
September 2006

Soya baby formulae don't prevent allergy and food intolerance
September 2006

Timing of cereal introduction critical for allergy infant avoidance
August 2006

Prenatal exposure to toxic chemicals
July 2006

Will prebiotics help infants at risk of atopic eczema?
July 2006

Insecticides & childhood leukemia
June 2006

Israel health ministry warns over soya
January 2006

Pregnant? Home chemicals can increase risk of asthma
October 2004

Some children with recurrent otitis media maybe suffering from allergies which inhibit their ears’ ability to drain. September 1998


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