Food continues to be the most common trigger for anaphylaxis, a rapid-onset and potentially fatal hypersensitivity reaction, according to evidence presented at the AAAAI/WAO* Joint Congress 2018 held in Orlando, Florida, US.
A temporary increased dose of inhaled glucocorticoids did not reduce the rate of exacerbations in children with mild-to-moderate asthma, according to a study presented at the 2018 AAAAI/WAO congress held in Orlando, Florida, US.
The presence of higher levels of unmetabolized folic acid (UMFA) at birth was associated with the development of food allergy in children, according to a study presented at AAAAI/WAO Joint Congress 2018.
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Not only does the CGRP* inhibitor galcanezumab show sustained efficacy in migraine patients, long-term treatment does not come with excess cardiovascular (CV) risk, according to studies presented at the AAN 2021 Annual Meeting.
Migraine and headache are common ailments of people living in the modern era. Dr Jon Marshall of The Singapore Headache and Migraine Clinic shares his insights with Pearl Toh on how to manage migraine and headache using non-pharmaceutical strategies, with a focus on the manual medicine approach.
Among atrial fibrillation (AF) patients with clinically defined heart failure, catheter ablation yields greater survival gains, freedom from AF recurrence, and quality of life boost than does drug therapy, according to the results of the CABANA AF* substudy.
Combination treatment with three or more antihypertensive drugs provides greater blood pressure (BP)-lowering effect than monotherapy, results of a study have shown. However, the net benefit may be lessened when side effects are considered.