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Happy Baby

Researchers Give New Perspective on Progression from Eczema to Asthma and Allergies

Research is giving new insight into the atopic march and what conditions may indicate a higher risk of further allergic disease.
FARE's Courage at Congress Campaign

Courage at Congress Campaign: FARE Needs YOUR Help

Schedule meetings with your members of Congress to encourage them to become FASTER Act co-sponsors!
Peanuts

Study: Antibody Injection Stops Peanut Allergy for 2 to 6 Weeks

A Stanford-led pilot study has provided early evidence that an antibody is a safe, effective and rapid food allergy treatment.
Eating While Pregnant

ACAAI Meeting: How Prenatal Diet, Delivery Mode and Infant Feeding Practices Relate to Pediatric...

Two studies being presented at the ACAAI Annual Scientific Meeting contain new information on how prenatal diet, how the baby is delivered, and infant feeding practices can affect the risk of allergy.
Bryn Pharma Intranasal Epinephrine Device

Bryn Pharma Research on Epinephrine Nasal Spray Presented at ACAAI Annual Meeting

Two studies shed light on the viability of intranasal delivery of emergency epinephrine.
Penicillin

ACAAI: Breaking News on Penicillin Allergy

News briefs on three new penicillin allergy studies.
Grinch!

ACAAI: Don't Let Hidden Holiday Allergies Ruin Your Good Cheer

A season full of tradition and good cheer can often come with hidden allergy triggers if you're not aware and prepared.
Alternative Facts

Social Media "Alternative Facts" on Food Allergies Can Negatively Impact Medical Decisions

“Be suspicious of information falsely claiming to be scientific, as well as cherry picked data, personal anecdotes and paid celebrity endorsements."
Sesame Seeds

NIH Researchers Estimate 17% of Food-Allergic Children Have Sesame Allergy

“Given how frequently sesame allergy occurs among children who are allergic to other foods, it is important to use caution to the extent possible when exposing these children to sesame.”