Tag: American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI)

ADHD

Allergy in Early Childhood Increases Risk for ADHD Later in Life

The retrospective study analyzed the records of over 230,000 children.
Skin Prick Testing

Study Finds Majority Learn of Their Sesame Allergy After Diagnosis of...

Only 1/3 of patients had prior reaction to sesame.
Aquestive's Subingual Epinephrine

Aquestive’s Sublingual Epinephrine Achieves Therapeutic Blood Concentrations Following Administration

Company presented top level Phase 1 results at #AAAAI2022 meeting.
Intranasal Spray

Intranasal Epinephrine to Take Center Stage at 2022 AAAAI Annual Meeting

Emergency epinephrine without the jab makes strides.
Flu Vaccine

Medical Associations Agree: Flu Vaccines are Safe for Egg Allergy —...

The CDC recommends everyone 6 months and older get vaccinated for flu with rare exceptions even if you have an egg allergy.
Tick Warning

Alpha-Gal: Two Videos About the Meat Allergy You Can ‘Catch’

Two videos valuable in describing the syndrome, one from the patient's perspective, the other by an allergist.
Food Sensitivity Test

Home Food Intolerance/Sensitivity Tests: Don’t Buy Into the Hype

You've probably noticed tons of ads for at-home food intolerance testing. What's that all about and should you look into it?
Woman Sneezing

Is it Allergy, Flu, Common Cold or COVID-19? Helping You Sort...

Here are three resources we found helpful to understanding the symptoms you might be experiencing.
Feeding Baby

Note to FDA: Early Allergen Introduction Products Need Regulation

Parents need help NOW to determine which products are effective so they can make educated decisions.
Baby

Early Introduction of Peanuts Leads to 16% Drop in Peanut Allergy...

Study was the first to test the approach in homes and to analyze what impact the guideline changes have had on peanut allergies.