Allergic rhinitis - top articles in May 2012

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

Children living on a farm are at reduced risk of asthma (OR 0.68), hay fever (OR, 0.43), atopic dermatitis (OR, 0.80), atopic sensitization (OR, 0.54)

Amish farm kids remarkably "immune" to allergies - even better than the currently best-protected, Swiss farm kids

Local allergic rhinitis (LAR): how to diagnose and treat LAR?

Intralymphatic immunotherapy for cat allergy induces tolerance after only 3 injections - first human study ILIT with MAT–Fel d 1

Combined intranasal therapy of azelastine with fluticasone demonstrates superiority to 2 first-line therapies for allergic rhinitis

Allergic rhinitis in school-age children has a negative impact on learning, quality of life, and family (PDF)

Immunotherapy prescribed for 5 years by 75% of US-Canadian allergists, for 3 years by the rest of the world

Keeping humidity below 50% reduces growth of dust mite - in cities like Davos, Switzerland, and Denver, Colorado, there is little if any dust mite growth

Rhinitis can cause night cough in children, independent of asthma. Upper airway should always be examined

ZETONNA is new non-aqueous, dry nose spray for allergic rhinitis - contains ciclesonide just like OMNARIS (hypotonic)

The 79 authors of WAO WHITE BOOK ON ALLERGY cover all aspects of allergic disease. I’m honored to be 1 of them, the book is free to download

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