Home > Medical > Allergy > News News Pollen allergies increase women's leukaemia risk A study suggests that women with pollen allergies may be at increased risk for blood cancers such as leukaemia and lymphoma. Are you allergic to your cellphone? Speaking endlessly on your cellphone can lead to an allergic reaction, warns a leading pharmaceutical company. Allergy facts vs. fiction Some of the greatest allergy myths and misconceptions can actually be damaging to your health. Quiz Why am I so tired? » Subscribe Allergy Newsletter » Join Body Talk » Ask CyberDoc » Common allergens What's in a sneeze? Spring time - grey days for allergy sufferers For allergy sufferers, Spring tends to be a miserable time of the year. Backyard can trigger allergies Your backyard can be the cause of allergies and asthma and cause a lot of misery if you don't take precautions, experts say. Eczema may trigger food sensitivity in babies A new study reveals that the breakdown of the skin barrier and inflammation in the skin that occurs in eczema could play a role in triggering food sensitivity in babies. Managing seasonal allergies Despite a late spring, summer allergy season will be strong, sinus expert says. Immunotherapy for insect-sting allergy Insect-sting allergies are on the rise, with 5% of Americans now affected, according to a new report. Faulty gene linked to allergies A genetic link to allergies has been found, which also exists in people with connective tissue disorders, US scientists report. Omega-3 may have disadvantages Omega-3 fatty acids, often taken to boost health, may increase childhood allergies and prostate cancer, say researchers. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.