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Krystal Alexis and Lauren Parker

Promoted to Backup School Nurse Just Two Months Prior, Woman Saves...

Quick thinking and stock epinephrine saved the day.
Stock Photo of Sad Boy with Birthday Cake

You be the Judge: Woman Slammed for Son’s Peanut Butter Birthday...

Was the mom of the birthday boy at fault? What about the mom of the allergic nephew?
Aquestive AQST-109 Epinephrine Film

Aquestive Reports Positive Results from Sublingual Epinephrine Clinical Trial

Phase 2 study continues to show AQST-109 is safe and well tolerated.
Ron Cohen and Aharon Avital

Emergency Medical Service Saves Two Anaphylactic Shock Victims Within an Hour

Both EMTs carry epinephrine and saved the day.
Out of school / Off to camp!

Update to Safe Snack Guide and Allergence Just in Time for...

Over 3,000 allergy-friendly products from 170+ reliable partner manufacturers!
The Dervish Family

Turkish Airlines Boots Family from Flight Due to Daughter’s Peanut Allergy

Airline provided no assistance to family after deboarding.
Precautionary Allergen Labeling

A Path Toward More Informative Allergen Labeling

Paper asserts studying allergen ‘response thresholds’ can lead to more informative food labels.
Cashews (and Pistachios)

OIT Effective in Desensitizing Children to Cashew Allergy (and Pistachio Allergy...

Tree nut allergy is often complicated by cross-sensitization, cross-reactivity, and cross-contact between different tree nuts.
Viaskin Patch

DBV Announces Positive Topline Results from Phase 3 Trial of Viaskin...

Viaskin Peanut demonstrated a statistically significant treatment effect with 67.0% of subjects meeting the treatment responder criteria after 12 months.
Gene Defect in DNA

Diagnosis of 12-Year-Old Boy with Gene Defect Leads to New Avenues...

First description of the mutation in the human genome.
Weiser Gift to Support Sung Poblete in New Role as FARE CEO

$2M Weiser Family Gift Provides Generous Support to FARE’s New CEO

Monies pledged will drive new research and initiatives benefitting the food allergy community.
Poppy and Joanna Jones

14-Year-Old Girl Suffers Anaphylaxis Aboard BA Flight After Passenger Refuses to...

Man continued to eat peanuts despite two requests from cabin crew.
Rosie Auvi-Q Closeup

Why Allergic Individuals Must Always Carry TWO Doses of Emergency Epinephrine

Knowing can save your life in an anaphylactic emergency.
Alec Baldwin and Family

Alec Baldwin’s 18-Month-Old Son Rushed to Hospital with “Very Bad Allergic...

Eduardo is home and doing fine now, but mom Hilaria is rattled.
SARS-CoV-2 virus particles emerging from a cell

Food Allergy is Associated with Lower Risk of COVID-19 Infection

NIH study finds high BMI and obesity raise infection risk, but asthma does not.
Clams and Oysters

Protein That Causes Allergy to Shellfish in Molluscs Like Clams, Scallops...

Researchers discovered a new cause of shellfish allergy which could lead to better-targeted testing and diagnosis.
GRAS

Federal Legislation Introduced to Improve Food Safety and Hold FDA Accountable

Calls for stricter regulation of “Generally Recognized as Safe” substances and creation of new office at FDA to assess safety of chemicals in Americans’ food supply.
Professor Mimi Tang

Researchers Find Gene Mechanism Behind Peanut Allergy Remission with Potential for...

Key immunological changes that support the remission of peanut allergy in children will pave the way for new, more targeted treatments.
Basophil Among Red Blood Cells

New Device to Bring Much More Precise Allergy Testing to a...

Stanford researchers quickly isolate rare, allergen-reactive white blood cells called basophils, using microfluidics and magnets.
Dupixent (dupilumab)

FDA Approves First Treatment for Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE), a Chronic Immune...

EoE is a chronic inflammatory disorder in which eosinophils, a type of white blood cell, are found in the tissue of the esophagus.
Oats

Research Shows Oats Safer for People with Celiac and Gluten Intolerance...

Researchers have decoded the oat genome and find it safer for celiacs. How they're processed is a different story.

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