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A sunscreen from the sea

...w sunscreen is not irritating to use as it has low allergenic activity. Sunscreen 855 is a fully protected invention, following a lengthy patenting process. After 10 years of development, the final international patent was issued only last January....

Need For Awareness Of Allergenic Foods

...ar and understandable manner. The review lists the allergenic foods (or derived ingredients), which will have to...es to prepare foods that do and do not contain any allergenic ingredients. The review concludes with the hope that it will create awareness of the problems that...

Effect of Maternal Diet on Colic Among Breastfed Infants

...fed infants," the researchers write. Exclusion of allergenic foods from the maternal diet was thus found to be ... shows breastfeeding moms should consider avoiding allergenic foods. However, the researchers wars that breastfeeding mothers should not make drastic diet change...

Number of Allergic Anaphylaxis Episodes Are Far More Than Those Recorded

..., mucosal tissue or both, following exposure to an allergenic substance, combined with one or more of the following: respiratory compromise, reduced blood pressure or associated symptoms of end-organ dysfunction, involvement of skin or mucosal tissues such as hives, and persistent gastrointestinal symptoms. R...

Fermented Milk offers protection against allergies in infants

... of ovalbumin (OVA) specific IgE . Ovalbumin is an allergenic protein found in egg white, which is the major cause of allergies in kids. Milk drink also prevented the antigens found in food to pass through the intestinal wall. GYT...

Lactococcus Strain may Offer End to Food Allergies

...-packed foods if they contain any of the 12 listed allergenic foods as an ingredient. The mandatory inclusion on food labels of the most common food allergen ingredients and their derivatives covers cereals containing gluten, fish, crustaceans, egg, peanut, soybeans, milk and dairy products including lactose...

What Causes Hayfever?

...research is the first to show that pollen which is allergenic releases much greater amounts of NO and nitrite than a non-allergenic pollen.” Dr John Hancock says, “The discovery of the potential link to hayfever was made almost by accident. Whilst working on a separate project on plant reproduction we found t...

Increase in the Rate of Food Allergy

... allergies include greater exposure to potentially allergenic foods, sensitivity to topical allergens, increased use of antacids for infants, sensitisation through breast milk, prolonged breastfeeding, and increasing maternal age. Assoc Prof Mullins said that there are a number of long-term implications if wi...

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