Allergic Living – the magazine dedicated to engaging, informing and assisting readers living with food and environmental allergies and asthma – published a series of research highlights from presentations made at the 2017 annual meeting of the American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology, held in Atlanta a few weeks ago.
Visit their site to see their extensive coverage of the following topics:
- Skin Patch for Peanut Allergy Shows 83% Success Rate in Kids Over 3 Years
- Under-Tongue Drops Therapy Shows Promise for ‘Sustained Unresponsiveness’
- Far Higher Death Rate Among Black Children with Asthma in U.S.
- Success with OIT for Tree Nuts in Small, Long-Term Study of Kids
- Schools Survey Shows Gaps in Teachers’ Ability to Give an Epinephrine Shot When Needed
- Study Shows Wheat OIT Can Improve Allergic Kids’ Quality of Life
- Study Finds Link Between Child’s Asthma and Mother’s Vitamin E Levels
- Few Severe Reactions to Allergy Shots and SLIT, Though Asthma a Risk Factor
- Obesity Associated with Allergies in Girls, But Not Boys