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Clicking on the title of the research will take you either to a precis of the findings (with further links to the relevant source material) or directly to that source material.
Because many original research papers remain restricted by publishers it is not always possible to link visitors to the original research so the links that we give will normally be to the 'second level' reports from reliable and respected sources such as MedicalNewsToday, WebMD, MedPage Today and Medscape.
If you wish to pursue your own researches beyond these pages, one of our regular contributors, John Scott, has some suggestions for sites which will provide you with reliable and informative material.
Eating fish in infancy not only appears to reduce the risk of fish allergy but of food and seasonal allergies in later life. April 2013
Fish skin-derived gelatin poses little risk for the fish-allergic consumer July 2012
Allergies to shellfish may wane with age
Seafood, iodine, CAT scans and allergic reactions
Fish switching - a danger to your health - and your pocket
When is a fish allergy not a fish allergy?...
For articles on fish
First Published in April 2007
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