Allergic rhinitis - top articles in May 2012

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

Allergen immunotherapy is a cost-effective treatment in modifying existing allergic respiratory diseases - Chest 2012 http://goo.gl/GdkbH

Local IgE production in tissues is a major source for allergen-specific IgE in the blood http://goo.gl/vMhqs

Allergy to dust mite increases risk for wheezing provoked by rhinovirus among asthmatic children aged 7-12 years http://goo.gl/6y5M7

Climate change and its impact on allergic rhinitis: Heightened CO2 levels stimulate pollen production http://goo.gl/TKK9x

Patients with multiple sensitizations may be more readily sensitized to a new aeroallergen http://goo.gl/A1W2L

Therapies for allergic inflammation: refining strategies to induce tolerance - Nature Medicine 2012 review http://goo.gl/te9XM

Ragweed pollen collected along high-traffic roads shows a higher allergenicity http://goo.gl/LKStc

Allergy increases risk of ADHD, especially allergic rhinitis. Co-morbidity with AD, asthma further increases risk http://goo.gl/Hm4G1

Does milk cause mucus increase in patients who are not allergic to milk? Allergists review the scant evidence http://goo.gl/EMgff

"Good microbes" hypothesis may explain the greater incidence of atopic diseases as a result of more antibiotic use http://goo.gl/dS7ak

The articles were selected from my Twitter and Google Reader streams. Please feel free to send suggestions for articles to allergycases@gmail.com and you will receive acknowledgement in the next edition of this publication.

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