Allergies may actually lower brain tumor risk By Helen Albert.

Certified from medwireNews with permission from Springer Healthcare Ltd. All privileges reserved. Neither of the parties endorse or suggest any commercial products, services, or equipment.. Allergies may actually lower brain tumor risk By Helen Albert, Senior MedWire Reporter Testing positive for immunoglobulin E , a biomarker of allergy, reduces someone’s risk for developing glioma, show study findings. ‘Maybe in allergic people, higher degrees of circulating antibodies may stimulate the immune system, and that could lower the chance of glioma,’ said business lead study author Judith Schwartzbaum in a press statement.In the United Sates, adverse drug events represent among the six leading factors behind death. The bottom line to increasing rational usage of medicines may be the improvement of health systems, that may only be achieved through multilateral partnerships concretely promoting development. WHO and other agencies been employed by to promote rational use of medications through advocacy and education programmes for health providers, consumers and prescribers. Further measures to be promoted later on are: advice to policy makers on marketplace and price controls and limiting the medicines options for a country to the ones that are strictly necessary for the public health priority issues. ‘This epidemic results in untold needless struggling and costs millions of lives each year.