Dave Bloom

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Dave Bloom is CEO and "Blogger in Chief" of SnackSafely.com.
Child Brushing Teeth

Toothpaste Therapy for Food Allergies Takes Another Step Forward

FDA accepts IND application by Intrommune Therapeutics.
ARC Anaphylaxis Training

A Review of Online Anaphylaxis Training Offered by the American Red Cross

The best anaphylaxis readiness training is from the patient's doctor. For others, a training course provides an option.
Nathan and Lisa Bustin

13-Year-Old Boy Saves Mom After She Suffers Anaphylactic Shock While Driving

Nathan Bustin took the wheel after his mother lost consciousness. In doing so, the quick-thinking teen likely saved both their lives.
Deanna Bowersox

Woman with History of Food Allergy Denied COVID-19 Vaccine Despite CDC Guidance

See interview with Ms Bowersox and CDC recommendations regarding vaccination with food allergies.
Rosie with Auto-Injectors

Epinephrine Not Being Used Often Enough for Anaphylaxis in Children

Nearly a quarter of kids presenting at emergency department with anaphylaxis in study received
Cricket Flour

Cricket Flour? Mealworms? The Insects are Coming and May Put People With Food Allergies...

Though you're probably already eating insect-derived products, many more will soon be added to our food supply and the could prove problematic for those with allergies to shellfish.
FARE

FARE Announces Annual Food Allergy Awareness Week Programming for May 2021

Virtual series will run Sunday, May 9th through Saturday, May 15th.
Ukko

Company Raises $40 Million to Develop Peanut Allergy Therapy and Gluten Safe for Celiac...

Ukko is a biotech company whose mission is to eliminate food allergies and sensitivities. The company employs artificial intelligence (AI) and protein engineering to...
Emilia Brain

13-Year-Old Girl Rushed to Hospital After Exposure to Milk from Bath Bomb

Allergens are not required to be listed on cosmetics the same way they are on foods.
Moderna Vaccine

CDC Report: Anaphylaxis to Moderna COVID-19 Extremely Rare

The Centers for Disease Control reports after the first 4 million doses are administered.