September – Articles of Interest

Lots of great stuff this month

Abstracts Only

Association between childhood eczema and headaches: An analysis of 19 US population-based studies, Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology

Measurement of specific IgE antibodies to Ses i 1 improves the diagnosis of sesame allergy, Clinical and Experimental Allergy

Tolerability to dogfish in children with fish allergy, Allergologia et Immunopathologia

Adverse food reactions from consuming wine, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research

Impact of sex on anaphylaxis severity—data from the Anaphylaxis Registry, Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology

Full Articles

Two Cases of Occupational Contact Urticaria Caused by Percutaneous Sensitization to Parvalbumin, Case Reports in Dermatology

Better management of wheat allergy using a very low-dose food challenge: A retrospective study, Allergology International

Allergic rhinitis: the “Ghost Diagnosis” in patients with asthma, Asthma Research and Practice

EASI does it: a comparison of four eczema severity scales, British Journal of Dermatology

A multi-centre, parallel group superiority trial of silk therapeutic clothing compared to standard care for the management of eczema in children (CLOTHES Trial): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial, Trials Journal

Barrier Repair Therapy in Atopic Eczema: New Evidences in Improving Skin Functions with Topical Emolliency and Hydration Strategies, HSOA Journal of Clinical Dermatology and Therapy

About Jemma D

I love to write about food allergies, asthma and eczema.
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1 Response to September – Articles of Interest

  1. Alex Gazzola says:

    Nothing more than a thanks for compiling this every month – I invariably find an interesting paper I’ve missed!

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