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FEATURE Bring me sunshine: How I beat eczema

September 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 6)

As a child, Rahul Sharma’s eczema was so bad he had to be hospitalized for weeks at a time.

FEATURE Liver cancer

July 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 4) /

Sue Olifent was given nochance after a two-inch tumour was detected on her liver

NEWS Fast-food increases teenagers' asthma risk by 40 per cent

January 16th 2013 /

Fast-food could be causing asthma, eczema and rhinitis (stuffy and runny nose), researchers claim this week

NEWS Beauty products are unsuspected cause of allergic reactions

June 2nd 2011

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

NEWS Mobile phone users getting allergic skin reactions

November 24th 2010

If you've developed a dry, itchy patch on the side of your face, your mobile (cell) phone is probably causing it

FEATURE New safety alerts for plastic chemicals

March 2010 (Vol. 20 Issue 12) /

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

NEWS Toiletries may cause eczema - and you could be allergic to them, too

April 1st 2009

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

FEATURE The problem with perfume

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

Perfumes have long been marketed as luxury beauty items that enhance our mood, attractiveness and sexuality

FEATURE On the rebound

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

Townsend Letter for Doc-tors and Patients column-ist Morton Walker once referred to rebounding as 'lymphatic exercise'

NEWS Allergies: 4 per cent of children have food allergy

December 4th 2008 /

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

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