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dislike of

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  • dislike of
  • hatred of
  • hostility to or towards
  • aversion to
  • loathing of
  • disgust of
  • antipathy towards
  • animosity towards
  • displeasure of
  • antagonism towards
  • distaste of
  • enmity towards
  • opposition towards
  • repugnance of
  • disinclination towards

Synonyms for allergy

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In the past, parents have been advised that, to stop young children developing food allergies, they should prevent them eating foods that commonly cause the allergy such as dairy products, eggs, nuts and fish.
Around 12 million of Americans are affected by food allergies, including approximately 4% adults, 6% children (0.
We view her appointment as a sign of our commitment to providing the very best in patient care to those with complex allergies in New York.
Both cross-sectional and prospective studies have examined the effects of vitamin D on the inception and severity of allergies and asthma.
Many studies have suggested a true rise in the prevalence of true food allergies over the past 10-20 years, [23-25] but further confirmation is required.
Allergies are the most common long-term illnesses in children and often start in the first months of life.
Among the 3,218 (8% of our sample) children with food allergies, milk allergy was present in 20% of the children, which translates to approximately 2% of the general population.
To mark Allergy Week this week, the charity has released research showing people affected by allergies often feel let down by the NHS.
Quantum medicine expert Dr Parviz Rashvand of Synergy Integrated Medical Center is holding a session for parents of young children on Food Allergies and Sensitivities in Children.
Allergies appear to be on the rise across the UK, although health researchers are still investigating the exact reasons why.
ISLAMABAD, March 15, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Among children and teenagers with asthma, those who also have peanut allergies may have more or more-severe asthma attacks.
WASHINGTON -- Among children with reported food allergies, peanut and tree nut allergy were significantly associated with having asthma, even after adjusting for several confounding factors.
Allergies have grown more common and more severe over the past 20 years.
Allergies affect more than 50 million Americans, or one in every five adults and children, and are as common in men as women.
SAN DIEGO -- People who report allergies to other drugs were more than 27 times as likely to report a penicillin allergy as people who reported no other drug allergies, Dr.