Asthma & Immunology.
Authors suggest that ‘this subgroup of IBS be looked at separately from patients with IBS without atopic symptoms, because they could have distinct pathophysiologic features and may benefit from specific therapeutic interventions.’.. Allergies associated with irritable bowel syndrome Adults with allergic reactions report a higher incidence of Irritable Bowel Syndrome , on January in Annals of Allergy suggesting a link between atopic disorders and IBS according to a study published, Asthma & Immunology, the scientific journal of the American Collegeof Allergy, Immunology and Asthma. In a study of 125 adults, Rush University Medical Middle's Dr. Mary C. Tobin and co-workers found the likelihood of IBS was significantly higher in patients with seasonal allergic rhinitis , patients with allergic eczema , and individuals with depression .In the past, health professionals have believed that chronic illnesses of aging such as heart disease originate in middle age group, before the appearance of symptoms shortly, but our research demonstrates these illnesses originate very much earlier, beginning in adolescence and childhood, notes Gene H. Brody, Regents' Professor and Director of the Center for Family Analysis at the University of Georgia, who led the scholarly research. Researchers collected details from 331 African American youth surviving in rural Georgia in small towns where poverty is one of the highest in the nation and unemployment prices are above the nationwide average.