A study published in the February issue of the Journal Allergy concludes that high levels of vitamin D in the blood of expectant mothers correlated with increased incidence of food allergy in their children.
Diets for food-allergic children that are restricted to avoid allergens may impair their growth, researchers reported Monday at the annual conference of the American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology.
Foreign-born children who did not have allergies before moving to the US were more likely to develop them after 10 years of residence, a study presented at the ongoing annual meeting of the American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology found.
The manufacturer of Epipen brand auto-injectors has introduced a new $0 Co-Pay Card which will reimburse eligible participants for a portion of their out-of-pocket expenses. The program provides a great benefit for those families that require multiple auto-injectors, such as for home, school, day-care, etc.
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