Articles by Allergy
Air Canada Gets Relief On Flying Dogs: Court Strikes Down Rule That Separates Pooches From Passengers With Allergy
January 09 2015 3:27 PM
The verdict looks pragmatic for both the airline as well as passengers.
Ebola Experiment In Africa Shows ‘Promising Results’ As Virus Death Toll Hits 7518
December 23 2014 7:51 PM
A study has revealed that an experimental Ebola vaccine tested right among African nationals had yielded early promising results.
Experts Evaluate Use of Allergy And Asthma Devices
December 22 2014 3:43 PM
Asthma and chronic allergic reactions are lifelong diseases that require constant and costly medications. It is important that patients are taught how to take their treatment for optimum use.
Ebola Vaccine Shows High Immune System Response In Early Tests; Australia Lifts Travel Ban on Congo
November 27 2014 10:03 PM
The findings of the early human trial for Ebola vaccine proved to be promising and appeared to be safe on patients.
Elderly People With A Poor Sense Of Smell Are At A Greater Risk Of Losing Life Within Five Years, FInds Study
October 09 2014 12:55 AM
A new study has found that older people with reduced sense of smell had a greater chance dying within five years compared to those with a healthy sense of smell.
No Ebola Vaccine Until Mid-2015: Reasons Why It Is Difficult To Create A Cure Or Vaccine
October 03 2014 2:52 PM
Vaccines are made to protect humans and animals from severe or life-threatening diseases.
Sophie Monk Stranded in Dubai with Swollen Foot
September 30 2014 11:32 AM
Sophie Monk is suffering from a mysterious illness that caused her foot to swell.
A Man's Entire Body Infested With Worms After Eating Contaminated Sashimi
September 27 2014 10:16 AM
A man's X-ray report showed that his entire body was riddled with worms after consuming sashimi.
UK Starts Ebola Vaccine Trials on Humans
September 18 2014 2:32 PM
A former NHS nurse has become the first volunteer from the U.K. to undertake the Ebola vaccine trial on humans.
Outdoor Safety: Keeping Kids Safe in Spring
September 11 2014 10:58 AM
There’s a lot to look out for when it comes to your child’s health and safety. Don’t let these worries ruin your family’s fun. Keep these away by observing these outdoor safety guidelines.
Infants Who Sleep on Animal Fur Are Less Prone to Asthma and Allergy, Reveals Study
September 08 2014 3:55 PM
Sleeping on animal skin or animal fur, especially in the first three months of a baby’s life, reduces the risk of developing asthma and allergies, reveals a study.
Ebola Drug: Human Trial Begins In America
September 04 2014 6:12 PM
A legally valid Ebola vaccine will be a great relief to those suffering from the disease and can save many lives
American Doctor Dr Kent Brantly Survives Deadly Ebola, Released from Hospital, Sent Home
August 22 2014 1:22 PM
The experimental drug ZMapp to counter the deadly Ebola virus seemed to be working. Its first human recipients, American missionaries Dr Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol, have been discharged by Emory University Hospital. Both have been declared as virus-free, safe for release and ok to go home.
The Bachelor Australia Season 2 Episode 3: Verbal Fight, Unforgettable Date and One Exit [RECAP]
August 07 2014 7:33 PM
The third episode of “The Bachelor Australia” Season 2 was high on drama, with Laurina finding herself isolated and involved in two verbal fights. The episode began on a romantic note and towards the end, things turned ugly.
FDA Authorises Use of Ebola Virus Test; Experimental Drug Tested on Monkeys Yields 'Promising Results'
August 07 2014 4:30 PM
The United States' Food and Drug Administration has authorised the unapproved Ebola virus test for use to detect the deadly virus under a special emergency-use provision. According to reports, an official Ebola virus vaccine may be take a long time with results more likely in 2015.
New Ebola Drug Made From Tobacco Plants Saves Lives of Two US Aid Workers
August 06 2014 10:13 AM
New Ebola Drug Made From Tobacco Plants Saves Lives of Two US Aid Workers.
Nickel In iPad and Other Devices Can Cause Rash - Report Says
July 15 2014 1:56 PM
According to a report in the Monday's Pediatrics, an Apple iPad caused a body rash in an 11-year-old boy who was treated at Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego Hospital. This led to a large number of reports in medical journals that detailed the effects of nickel on the body. Nickel from a variety of personal electronic devices, including laptop's and cell phones caused allergies.
Caesarean Babies Tend to Have Weaker Immunity
July 11 2014 12:17 PM
According to a recent finding, caesarean babies tend to have weaker immunity.
HIV Cure: Babies Lack of Memory T-Cells Make Virus Unable to Hide from Antiretroviral Drugs
June 18 2014 3:37 PM
New trial is set to be launched soon to treat more than 400 AIDS-infected babies to determine if infants are easily cured from HIV compared to adults. According to NIAID, the lack of memory T-cells in babies can make the virus vulnerable against drugs due to lack of reservoirs.
Beyonce & Jay Z Reports: Rapper’s ’99 Problems’ Excerpt [VIDEO]
June 11 2014 7:04 PM
Also known as Shawn Corey Carter and one of the world's best-selling artists of all time, Jay Z is multi-awarded rapper, entrepreneur and producer whose very name demands respect to all his colleagues in the industry. Coming from his 2004 album "The Black Album," "99 Problems" is the third single that features a chorus hook that was taken from the Ice-T single "99 Problems" from the album "Home Invasion" in 1993.