Study compares 845 patients with Tourette syndrome with 3378 controls
ACN Latitudes has promoted the concept of a link between allergy and Tourette syndrome for close to 20 years. While conventional medicine ignores this connection in their treatment approaches, research at the Children’s Medical Center at China Medical University Hospital in Taiwan confirms the association.
The authors explain that a matched case-control study was used to evaluate the association between allergic disease (allergic rhinitis, atopic dermatitis, asthma, and allergic conjunctivitis), the number of allergic comorbidities, and Tourette’s.
All four allergic diseases were strongly correlated with higher risk of Tourette syndrome. The data showed significant correlation between allergic diseases and TS. Also, risk increased with number of allergic comorbidities and with age.