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Fast-food could be causing asthma, eczema and rhinitis (stuffy and runny nose), researchers claim this week
It's accepted that permanent hair dyes can cause serious health problems - but researchers have discovered that other beauty products can have an effect too
If you've developed a dry, itchy patch on the side of your face, your mobile (cell) phone is probably causing it
In spite of an expensive damage-limitation exercise by the plasticsindustry, health worries continue to surface concerning the safety ofphthalates, compounds that are used extensively in plastic and personal-careproducts
Popular shampoos, conditioners and soaps are a major cause of eczema, and around 2 per cent of the whole population could be allergic to the toiletries
Around 4 per cent of all children and adolescents suffer from a food allergy, and it's a problem that has grown by 20 per cent in the past decade