Updated 24 March 2015

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New skin patch could cure peanut allergy

A new wearable device appears to 'educate' cells not to react to the peanut allergen, researchers say.

6 ways to manage you fever naturally

For those who suffer from hay fever, spring and summer can be an absolute nightmare. These are some top tips for tackling hay fever naturally.

Many people misuse devices for severe allergic reactions

A new study has revealed that few people know how to properly use medical devices such as epinephrine and asthma inhalers in emergency situations.

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