Maternal egg consumption during neonatal period ineffective in preventing egg allergy
New data indicated the development of allergy was not affected by mothers’ consumption of eggs in the very early neonatal period, expanding the body of research exploring food sensitization.
Investigators identify risk factors for HBV, HCV among pregnant women
There were several risk factors identified, including abortion, hospitalization, past surgical procedure, dental extraction, delivery in hospital, injection in hospitals, and household contact with jaundice.
Higher risk of autoimmune, other disorders associated with children of mothers with alopecia areata
New data indicates that increased risk for offspring in developing different disorders is associated with maternal alopecia areata exposure, expanding the available information on alopecia and maternal autoimmunity.
Spironolactone found to be effective alternative to oral antibiotics for women with acne
New data indicates the usefulness of spironolactone as an alternative to oral antibiotics for women in the UK with acne vulgaris, given increasing resistance to antibiotics due to widespread use.
Association between skin pre-aging, psychological stress less widely-known among young women
Research indicates that despite reports of high psychological stress among women in their 20s and 30s in China and Japan, awareness of stress’s effects on aging remain higher among health professionals.
Hormonal contraceptives’ safety profile comparison for women with sickle cell disease
A recent study presented at ASH 2022 examined the safety profiles of different hormonal contraceptives for female sickle cell disease patients at risk of thromboembolism.
Lower pregnancy BMI, increased antibiotics may contribute to allergic sensitization
A recent study in Finland finds 2 major contributing factors to allergic disease in infants with familial risk.
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