Published Scientific Papers

by Dr. Ben F  Feingold, M.D.

  1. 1949: Tonsillectomy in the allergic child. California medicine, 71(5):341-4
  2. 1950: Infection in the allergic child. Annals of Allergy, 8(6):718-33. 
  3. 1951: Treatment of allergic disease of the bronchi. Journal of the American Medical Association, 146(4):319-23. 
  4. 1952: Allergic diseases of the lung. Permanente Foundation Medical Bulletin. 10(1-4):249-56. 
  5. 1960: Allergy to flea bites. I. Experimental induction of flea-bite sensitivity in guinea pigs. Experimental Parasitology, 9:18-24.
  6. 1960: Allergy to flea bites. 2. Investigations of flea bite sensitivity in humans. Experimental Parasitology, 9:264-70. 
  7. 1961: Allergy to flea bites. Clinical and experimental observations. Annals of Allergy, 19:1275-89. 
  8. 1961: Skin reactivity in guinea pigs sensitized to flea bites: the sequence of reactions. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 108:700-2.
  9. 1962: Psychological studies of allergic women. The relation between skin reactivity and personality. Psychosomatic Medicine, 24:195-202. 
  10. 1963: Allergy to flea bites. IV. In vitro collection and antigenic properties of the oral secretion of the cat flea, Ctenocephalides felis felis (Bouche). Experimental Parasitology, 13:143-54.
  11. 1963: The physiological and biochemical role of the host’s skin in the induction of flea-bite hypersensitivity. I. Preliminary studies with guinea pig skin following exposure to bites of cat fleas. Experimental Parasitology, 14:75-80. 
  12. 1963: Antigenic activity of tryptic peptides of tobacco mosaic virus protein. Nature. 199:831-2. 
  13. 1964: Induction of delayed and immediate types of skin reactivity in guinea pigs by variation in dosages of antigens. Annals of Allergy, 22:279-91. 
  14. 1964: Psychological variables in allergic disorders: A Review. Psychosomatic Medicine, 26:543-75. 
  15. 1964: Histologic studies of guinea pig skin: Different stages of allergic reactivity to flea bites. Experimental Parasitology, 15:491-502. 
  16. 1965: The role of collagen in the induction of flea bite hypersensitivity. Journal of Immunology, 95:162-70.
  17. 1966: Psychological variables in allergic disease: a critical appraisal of methodology. Journal of Allergy, 38(3):143-55. 
  18. 1966: In vitro studies on the role of collagen in the induction of hypersensitivity to flea bites. Journal of Immunology, 97(3):402-6.
  19. 1967: Personality variables and allergic skin reactivity. A cross-validation study. Psychosomatic Medicine, 29(4):312-22. 
  20. 1968: Recognition of food additives as a cause of symptoms of allergy. Annals of Allergy, 26(6):309-13. 
  21. 1974: Letter: Biting insects survey: a statistical report. Annals of Allergy, 33(2):128-9. 
  22. 1975: Food additives in clinical medicine. International Journal of Dermatology, 14(2):112-4. 
  23. 1975: Hyperkinesis and learning disabilities linked to artificial food flavors and colors. The American Journal of Nursing, 75(5):797-803.  
  24. 1976: Hyperkinesis and Learning Disabilities Linked to the Ingestion of Artificial Food Colors and Flavors. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 9(9) pp.19-27 
  25. 1977: Behavioral disturbances linked to the ingestion of food additives. Delaware Medical Journal, 49(2):89-94. 
  26. 1977: Food additives in dentistry. The Journal of the American Society for Preventive Dentis
  27. etry, 7(1):13-5. 
  28. 1977: Hyperkinesis and Learning Disabilities Linked to the Ingestion of Artificial Food Colors and Flavors – Speech to American Academy of Pediatrics, New York Hilton Hotel, November 8, 1977. 
  29. 1977: A View From the Other Side – Speech to Newspaper Food Editors and Writers Association, Milwaukee, WI, June 8, 1977. 
  30. 1979: Dietary management of nystagmus. Journal of Neural Transmission, 45(2):107-15. 
  31. 1979: Dietary Management of Juvenile Delinquency, International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, Vol 23(1) 1979. 
  32. 1982: The role of diet in behaviour. Ecology of Disease, 1(2-3):153-65. (Published posthumously; see Obituary at end.)


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