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Eggs

Following OIT, Certain Egg Allergy Patients Likely to Consume and Tolerate Egg Five Years...

Subjects achieving sustained unresponsiveness to egg following four years of oral immunotherapy likely to consume and tolerate eggs five years later.
Lone Star Tick

Red Meat Allergy May Develop Due to Tick Saliva, Not Blood Meal Status

Research presented at 2019 AAAAI Annual Meeting finds potential allergen is retained in tick saliva independent of feedings.
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.
Nose

FDA Fast Tracks ARS-1 Intranasal Epinephrine Spray

Company provides a novel means of administering emergency epinephrine.
Stop Sign

This Immune Cell Function Could Control Deadly Allergic Reactions

Researchers find control point in mast cells that prevents them from being overactivated.
Viaskin Peanut

DBV to Resubmit Application to FDA for Viaskin Peanut Approval in Q3 2019

Company allays concerns that BLA would not be resubmitted.
New Nima Tool

Nima Announces New Tool to Provide Those with Gluten and Peanut Allergies Information on...

Nima’s new data points tell those with food allergies where to find Nima-tested dishes at chain restaurants throughout the world.
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.
MHWFAC Gift

$5M Anonymous Gift Will Transform Food Allergy Research, Treatment and Care

Aims to establish a program to transform how individuals understand the fundamental mechanisms driving the increase in food allergy rates in children and young adults.
Claim Form

Food Allergy-Related Insurance Claims Up in Almost Every State in the Country

Maine (391%), North Carolina (332%), California (316%) show biggest increases; peanuts most common specifically identified food causing anaphylaxis.