from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Any of various airborne substances, such as pollen or spores, that can cause an allergic response.
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- n. Any airborne allergen (such as pollen)
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"The reason nocturnal TLA is successful where so many other approaches have failed may be the profound reduction in inhaled aeroallergen exposure, which this treatment achieves," he said.
"Patients with mood disorders who were allergic to an aeroallergen experienced a worsening in mood when they were exposed to the allergen," Manalai said.
Among 16 children who had rhinovirus wheezing but not aeroallergen sensitivity, 13 developed asthma.
In contrast, only 18 of 50 children with aeroallergen sensitivity but no history of rhinovirus wheezing developed asthma.
In comparison, aeroallergen and food allergen sensitization were associated with subsequent asthma at odds ratios of 2.7 (