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University Agrees to Accommodate Students with Food Allergies After Americans with Disabilities Act Violation

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While not admitting to ADA violations, the university agreed to make changes to its policies and procedures to resolve the complaint.
ICU

Study: Low Incidence of Biphasic Reactions After Patients Admitted to ICU...

Researchers reviewed hospital records to get a picture of how often reactions result in a biphasic reaction later on.
Skin Cross-Section

Scientists Identify Unique Subtype of Eczema Linked to Food Allergy

Children with both conditions have abnormal skin near eczema lesions, NIH-funded research finds.
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Safe Snack Guide

2019 Valentine's Edition

Valentine’s Day 2019 Edition of the Safe Snack Guide!

An entire section dedicated to peanut, tree nut, and Top 8 allergen-free Valentine's candy, chocolate, and gifts.

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Emerging Therapies

Nose

FDA Fast Tracks ARS-1 Intranasal Epinephrine Spray

Company provides a novel means of administering emergency epinephrine.
Omalizumab

Study: Treatment with Omalizumab Raises Tolerance in Patients with Severe Food...

Patients reached full tolerance for 70.4% of the tested foods which were reintroduced to the patients’ diet without the need for OIT.
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Parenting Strategies

Allergy UK Video

Two Short Videos with Perspectives of Young People Living with Food...

Two perspectives that help foster understanding of what living with the disease is like.
Child Thinking

Positive Mindset About Side Effects of Peanut OIT Improves Outcomes

Framing side effects as positive signs of healing significantly reduced anxiety in young children.

Labeling Insights

The Board

When a Manufacturer Says ‘Trust Us’ Regarding Allergens

They're not REQUIRED to disclose the possibility of cross-contact with allergens. Should you trust them to?

That Allergen-Free Symbol: What It Really Means to the Consumer

Q: The symbol must mean it's safe for people with allergies to that ingredient, right? A: Not necessarily.
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Did You Remind Your Teen to Take 2?

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