Heavy use of acetaminophen is associated with kidney disease and bleeding in the digestive tract.
About half of the children enrolled in the study had elevated blood pressure or dyslipidemia, and 14% had diabetes.
Not recommended as first-line treatment for patients inadequately controlled on diet and exercise.
Screening children for five height- and weight-related differences in growth could be an effective means of spotting those with celiac disease.
While most providers believe that veering from the recommended vaccine schedule is risky, they often agree to parents' wishes.
The findings advance the hygiene hypothesis theory that early childhood exposure to microorganisms affects the immune system's development and onset of allergies.
Current allergy tests are not very reliable when it comes to diagnosing a patient's reaction.
Evidence of immune system changes were only found in first three years of disease.
Symptoms and laboratory parameters of allergic disease exhibit prominent circadian variations, with symptoms worsening overnight or early in the morning.
Patients who regularly drank at least four cups of coffee a day were one-third less likely to have MS, compared with people who avoided coffee.