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Skin Itchy? Your iPad Might Be the Cause
It turns out the popular tablet computer may contain nickel, one of the most common allergy-inducing metals.
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Food Allergy Treatments for Children Show Promise
New clinical trials designed to desensitize patients to allergens like dairy or peanuts are allowing some to eat foods they never thought possible.
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Tokyo Man Sets Himself on Fire in Japan War Protest
A man in Japan set himself on fire in Tokyo on Sunday in an apparent protest against plans to ease limits of the country's pacifist constitution.
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Haagen-Dazs Recalls Ice Cream Over Allergy Fears
The ingredient labels on the Chocolate Peanut Butter ice cream didn't list the allergen peanuts on the ingredient label.
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Hidden Killers: 'Undeclared' Allergens Lurk in Foods
A 7-year-old Seattle girl had a severe allergic reaction after eating mistakenly labeled food, part of the growing risk of undeclared allergens.
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Dirty Baby, Healthy Baby? Early Filth May Cut Allergies
A new study suggests exposing infants to household bacteria and even rodent and roach allergens may help protect them against allergies and wheezing.
Building a Better Peanut
Texas researchers work to reduce allergic reactions, microbial contaminants and salmonella infections caused by peanuts. KCBD's Shaley Sanders reports.
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Village Becomes Grave: Hope Fades for 2,000 Missing
Rescuers armed with shovels rushed to help residents of Aabe Barik in Afghanistan but hopes of finding 2,000 missing residents alive were fading.
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Sneeze-Free Skies? Meet the Allergy-Friendly Airline
Swiss International Air Lines has been awarded the status by the Berlin-based European Centre for Allergy Research Foundation.
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