Allergies

The term allergy encompasses a wide range of conditions; it is not a disease in itself. The term allergy – medically termed hypersensitivity, signifies an exaggerated reaction to foreign substances.

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Cincinnati Children's research leads to approval of new drug for hypereosinophilic syndrome

Cincinnati Children's research leads to approval of new drug for hypereosinophilic syndrome

Early introduction of gluten may be an effective celiac disease prevention strategy

Early introduction of gluten may be an effective celiac disease prevention strategy

Young adults now driving force behind the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic says CDC

Young adults now driving force behind the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic says CDC

Masks and face coverings are effective in reducing the spread of airborne particles

Masks and face coverings are effective in reducing the spread of airborne particles

Ultrapotent antibody mix locks infection machinery, inhibits SARS-CoV-2 attachment to cells

Ultrapotent antibody mix locks infection machinery, inhibits SARS-CoV-2 attachment to cells

UMass Amherst epidemiologist receives NIH grant to develop new tick surveillance method

UMass Amherst epidemiologist receives NIH grant to develop new tick surveillance method

New strategic collaboration to accelerate treatments for unmet medical needs in oncology

New strategic collaboration to accelerate treatments for unmet medical needs in oncology

TL1A and its receptor could reduce fibrosis and tissue remodeling in patients with severe lung disease

TL1A and its receptor could reduce fibrosis and tissue remodeling in patients with severe lung disease

Faulty genes and an autoimmune condition linked to severe COVID-19 in young, healthy people

Faulty genes and an autoimmune condition linked to severe COVID-19 in young, healthy people

Scientists to use CRISPR gene-editing technology for Phase 1 vaccine trials in humans

Scientists to use CRISPR gene-editing technology for Phase 1 vaccine trials in humans

Individuals with severe forms of COVID-19 disease can have compromised type I interferon responses

Individuals with severe forms of COVID-19 disease can have compromised type I interferon responses

FDA issues updated recommendations concerning dental amalgam

FDA issues updated recommendations concerning dental amalgam

New study may explain why more men than women die from COVID-19

New study may explain why more men than women die from COVID-19

These secret safety panels will pick the COVID vaccine winners

These secret safety panels will pick the COVID vaccine winners

Molecular analysis of COVID-19's second wave shows mutant viruses linked to rapid spread

Molecular analysis of COVID-19's second wave shows mutant viruses linked to rapid spread

Polyphenolic compound offers new therapeutic option for chronic inflammatory disorders

Polyphenolic compound offers new therapeutic option for chronic inflammatory disorders

Fourth Phase 3 clinical trial evaluating COVID-19 vaccine begins in the U.S.

Fourth Phase 3 clinical trial evaluating COVID-19 vaccine begins in the U.S.

Consumption of cooked carrots can also trigger allergic reactions, finds study

Consumption of cooked carrots can also trigger allergic reactions, finds study

Study uncovers new markers present on melanoma tumors

Study uncovers new markers present on melanoma tumors

Immunologists analyze types of immune response to predict an effective COVID-19 vaccine

Immunologists analyze types of immune response to predict an effective COVID-19 vaccine