Woman who suffered extreme allergic reaction to eyelash extensions is told by salon 'remove them yourself' Jane Rolfe, 42, had severe reaction to glue used to apply eyelash extensionsLeft with severely blistered skin for weeks and had to take steroids Salon refused to remove eyelashes so took her five hours at home Now can't get compensation because salon voided insurance policy By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 12:06 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 15:04 GMT, 1 February 2013 A woman who suffered an extreme allergic reaction to eyelash extensions was forced to spend five hours peeling them off her face after the salon refused to remove them.
The new test that determines your risk of a deadly allergic reaction Measures levels of an enzyme in the blood Medics hope it will become the definitive allergy test, reducing the chance of life-threatening reactions | UPDATED: 12:08 GMT, 12 October 2012 A new test to indicate which people are most at risk from life-threatening allergic reactions has been developed by British scientists.
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Baldness cure which reverses genetics could be on the market in two years Protein which stops hair follicles maturing found by scientistsThe team behind the discovery is in talks with drugs companies which may put a cure on the market in two years
Doctors baffled by mystery illness which causes woman to grow fingernails instead of hairShanyna Isom’s body is covered in hard scabs suffocating her skinAll hair on her body had been replaced by ‘nails’Doctors have no clue as to what the disease is or how to cure it
Child's risk of developing allergic disease doubles if parent of same sex suffers from it | UPDATED: 23:01 GMT, 9 August 2012 Allergies such as asthma and eczema are gender-related and not simply hereditary, new research has claimed.
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Let them eat cake Giving small doses of egg to children 'can cure allergy' Immunotherapy should not be attempted outside strictly controlled research conditions | UPDATED: 11:51 GMT, 19 July 2012 Quiche, omelettes and pasta could be back on the menu for children with egg allergies, after scientists developed an effective exposure therapy.
Killed by chicken droppings: Poultry farmer, 75, died from lung disease after a lifetime exposed to waste Farmer was continually exposed to chicken muck and would often unblock silage towers | UPDATED: 10:07 GMT, 11 July 2012 A poultry farmer died of lung disease after a lifetime’s exposure to chicken droppings, an inquest heard.
How broken heart syndrome PROTECTS the grief-stricken from dying Around two per cent of people thought to have had a heart attack are diagnosed with the syndromeIt gives the heart a 'balloon-like' appearance but symptoms go after two weeks PUBLISHED: 13:10 GMT, 27 June 2012 | UPDATED: 13:13 GMT, 27 June 2012 People who suffer from intense grief after the death of a loved one are often said to be at risk of dying from a broken heart after developing symptoms of cardiac arrest.