Top articles about allergic rhinitis in April 2012

Here are my suggestions for some of the top articles about allergic rhinitis in April 2012:

For grass pollen allergens, trials show that polysensitized patients benefit just as much from single-allergen immunotherapy as monosensitized patients. http://goo.gl/tRECm

Allergen-specific immunotherapy provides immediate, long-term and preventive clinical effects in children and adults. SIT should not only be recognised as first-line therapeutic treatment for allergic rhinoconjunctivitis but also as secondary preventive treatment for respiratory allergic diseases http://goo.gl/u9bL3

83% of people with allergic rhinitis say the condition negatively affects their sexual activity http://j.mp/HIE6Ws

Contrary to popular belief, so-called hypoallergenic dogs do not have lower household allergen levels than other dogs http://bit.ly/HGHcvf

Occupational rhinitis caused by rice flour in a pizzeria worker http://goo.gl/05i5O

Gallup data confirm that the U.S. is in the midst of a stronger-than-usual spring allergy season http://goo.gl/DaV7N

Sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) is safe during pregnancy and is also safe when initiated for the first time in a pregnant patient - a prospective study on the safety of sublingual immunotherapy in pregnancy http://bit.ly/HIRH3H

Can f 6 and lipocalins may contribute to multisensitization in people allergic to mammals: dog, cat and horse http://bit.ly/I03kmX

Meta-analysis of clinical trials on traditional Chinese herbal medications for treatment of persistent allergic rhinitis - they appear beneficial effects in patients with PAR. However, the published efficacy studies are too small to draw firm conclusion http://bit.ly/IzoOYx

Patient response to different antihistamines will vary and that treatment decisions should be individualized http://goo.gl/nkyml

The articles were selected from my Twitter and Google Reader streams.

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