October – Articles of Interest

Round-up of last months interesting articles and abstracts including a couple of good e-books.

Abstracts Only

The Manual of a Sleeping Baby, Joellen Ferrick, E-Book


Do We Need Worms to Promote Immune Health? Clinical Reviews in Allergy and Immunology, October 2014


DHA-Rich Tuna Oil Effectively Suppresses Allergic Symptoms in Mice Allergic to Whey or Peanut, The Journal of Nutrition, October 2014


DNA barcoding identification of commercialized seafood in South Brazil: A governmental regulatory forensic program, Food Control, October 2014


Emergency Epinephrine Use for Food Allergy Reactions in Chicago Public Schools, American Journal of Preventative Medicine, October 2014


Predictive values of component-specific IgE for the outcome of peanut and hazelnut food challenges in children, European Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, October 2014


Feel your food. The influence of tactile sensitivity on picky eating in children, Appetite, Online October 2014


Urinary nitric oxide metabolites in children with celiac disease after long-term consumption of oats-containing gluten-free diet, Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology, October 2014


How Much Is Too Much? a Case of Hypercalcemia in a 6-Year-Old Boy Given Vitamin A for Eczema, American Academy of Pediatrics, October 2014


Full Articles

Holistic care of children with atopic eczema is recommended by NICE, Guidelines in Practice, February 2008


Management of Staphylococcus aureus-infected atopic eczema, JCN, October 2014


Contact Urticaria and Eczema from Dental Products, Contact Urticaria Syndrome, October 2014


Contact Urticaria Syndrome caused by Preservatives and Disinfectants, Contact Urticaria Syndrome, October 2014


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