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Auckland [ change ] Fine Max 24° Min 13° Harvard epidemiologist to chair NZ scientific group Trio Communications, Fuseworks March 7, 2014, 10:37 am Harvard epidemiologist Professor Carlos A. Camargo has been appointed the new chair of the Expert
Search NYTimes.com Clear this text input Search Body March 6, 2014, 1:10 pm iStock Ragweed is a common allergen. People hoping to find an allergy-free haven may be out of luck. A new study has found that no region of the United States is allergy-free,
Type-1 diabetes, celiac disease, multiple sclerosis plus many other autoimmune diseases are on the rise and conventional medicine says there's 'no cure'. Once again, and I say this respectfully, it's simply not true what you've been told.
Doctors have used gene therapy to upgrade the immune system of 12 patients with HIV to help shield them from the virus's onslaught. It raises the prospect of patients no longer needing to take daily medication to control their infection. The patients'
Wan Bing seldom leaves Jiachuan, a town in mountainous Wangcang county, Sichuan province, where he is a grassroots public servant in charge of enterprise management in town government. But on Wednesday, Wan took a two-hour flight from Guangyuan, the
A sophisticated immune system that bacteria use to fight viruses has been unlocked which may provide scientists with unprecedented power to rewrite the code of life, a new research shows. "It allows customising the genome of any cell or any species
Self-reported food allergies nearly doubled among African American children during the past 23 years. Scientists say African Americans typically have higher levels of allergy-related antibodies, but this increase is new. It isn't clear if the
Some of the most common allergies are to indoor things such as dust mites, mold and animal dander...Perhaps it's not your third (or fourth or fifth) cold of the season, but an allergy. Most people don't consider allergies the cause of their coldlike
Ohio More and more people are developing an itchy, painful rash in an effort to stay clean. A dermatologist at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center says a preservative in many types of pre-moistened wipes is linked to a dramatic rise in
Ill. (March 3, 2014) Children's food allergies are gradually increasing, but they may be as much as doubling among black children...Our research found a striking food allergy trend that needs to be further evaluated to discover the cause, said