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Researchers Identify New Target to Combat Anaphylaxis

French researchers discover a key mechanism that could pave the way for new therapies.

Food Allergy Canada Launches Online Training Course for Child Care Professionals

We urge you to take the course and insist others that care for your child do so as well.

Crisp Air, Falling Leaves, Hiking, and… Meat Allergy?

There is a marked rise in cases of the once rare alpha-gal syndrome. Protect yourself and your family.

Auto-Injector? No… Epinephrine in a Tablet!

A researcher from Nova Southeastern University is working on a novel way to deliver epinephrine.

Giorgi Family Settles with City of Sacramento After Daughter’s Death Due to Peanut Exposure

Another chapter in this horrific tragedy comes to a close.

Peanut Allergy Treatment Receives Funding for Commercialization

"There’s a clear path to a marketable product here that could have tremendous impact globally."

EMTs Turn to Manual Syringes to Battle High Cost of Auto-Injectors

Local emergency services are scrambling to find alternatives.

FDA Director Responds to Auto-Injector Pricing Concerns

The FDA's official response concerning the pricing of EpiPen being investigated by congress.

Updated CDC Flu Vaccine Guidelines for People with Egg Allergy

If you or your child have egg allergy, discuss these recommendations with your allergist.

Relieving Anxiety in Children: The Proximity Food Challenge

Discuss with the allergist to determine whether such a challenge makes sense for your anxious child.

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