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Homeopathic preparation better than placebo in perennial allergic

A homeopathic preparation for perennial allergic rhinitis appears to be more effective than placebo. A multicenter team studied 50 patients with perennial allergic rhinitis. The subjects were randomized to receive either 30cc of a homeopathic preparation of principal inhalent allergen or placebo. In the thi...

Hay fever may be cured by self-hypnosis

...rage age of 34 yrs with moderate to sever allergic rhinitis from grass or pollen were taken in the study. All these people have been sufferers of hay fever for more than two years. Random parallel group was used as control for the study that went on for two years. The researchers had taught them self-hypnosi...

FDA approves CLARINEX-D 12 HOUR for seasonal allergic rhinitis

...o be effective in controlling symptoms of allergic rhinitis and relieves nasal blockage and congestion, running nose, sneezing, watery eyes and itchy throat. The drug is found to be very effective in controlling allergic symptoms but has been found to be associated with mild side effects of insomnia, headach...

Call for Volunteers in Research on Asthma Treatments

... several clinical trials in treatments for asthma, rhinitis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease such as ... "This will hopefully enable us to treat asthma, rhinitis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease more effectively, reducing the long-term problems caused b...

New Cooperative Research Center for Allergic Disease

...said Dr. Kaplan. ‘This is commonly seen as asthma, rhinitis and atopic dermatitis (eczema), alone or in combination. While atopic dermatitis is rarely life threatening, affected individuals suffer both physical and emotional discomfort. Moreover, there is a high correlation between eczema in infants and the d...

Sleep in' dirty – Unwashed duvets become a hotbed for mite

...rds that can trigger a host of illnesses - asthma, rhinitis and conjunctivitis. They could also worsen prevailing incidence of eczema....

Use Of Indoor Swimming Pools Linked To Development Of Asthma In Children

...the rates of wheezing, asthma, hay fever, allergic rhinitis and atopic eczema, reported in a study of almost 190,000 13 and 14-year-olds from 21 countries across Europe. They had then compared the rates they obtained with the number of indoor chlorinated swimming pools per 100,000 of the population in each ...

Allergic Symptoms on the Rise in Britain

... national monitoring. The review said that asthma, rhinitis (hay fever) and eczema rates have increased by two to threefold. In case of food allergies peanut reactions are the highest with triple the number of cases when compared to all allergic reactions. Experts feel that the main cause of the rise in the...

Researchers Hint At The Probability Of A Link Between Rhinitis And Parkinson’

..., and had found a marked increase in cell death in rhinitis sufferers. It was explained that previous studie...tory diseases. They found that those with allergic rhinitis were 2.9 times more likely to develop Parkinson's, but at the same time could not find any such simi...

Allergic Rhinitis Associated with Impaired Sleep Quality

...lleagues explored the association between allergic rhinitis and sleep in 591 patients (47 percent men, 53 perc..."The results show a significant impact of allergic rhinitis on all dimensions of sleep quality and, consequently, a lower quality of life as reflected by more s...

Hay Fever Season may Begin Earlier, Warns Experts

...nd other allergies. 'There is a condition called rhinitis which causes people to suffer from mould problems in the winter and pollen in the summer. Because winters are milder and spring earlier, we are seeing an increase in people suffering from this all year round.’ she says. Millions of Britons are curre...

Diesel Exposure Model Reduces Allergy Risk Assessment Errors

...s able to absorb and transport proteins, aggravate rhinitis (hayfever) and asthma symptoms. "Accurate exposure classifications are imperative in studies of air pollution, and the land use regression model allows us to use our sampled measurements to predict a specific location’s exposure level whereas prox...

FDA Approves Ranbaxys Allergy Drug

...US. Affecting more than 50 million people in US, rhinitis is marked by bouts of sneezing and itching, or a runny or stuffy nose that do not seem to go away. Total annual market sales for the approved drug Fexofenadine Hydrochloride tablets were $931 million last year. "We are pleased to receive this ten...

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