Tag: American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI)

Ellen Raffell

Parents of 16-Year-Old Who Died of Anaphylaxis Establish “Ellen’s Gift of...

Ellen's Gift of Hope will support local children who face challenges in life due to health issues, special needs and disabilities.
PEG-2000

What We Know About PEG, Suspected as the Cause of Reactions...

An ingredient commonly used in medicines, foods, and cosmetics is suspected.
FDA Fails Again

FDA Urges Voluntary Disclosure of Sesame, Again Falls Short at Protecting...

The FDA is once again leaving the allergic community vulnerable to the whims of manufacturers.
Classroom During Pandemic

AAAAI and NASN Release Guidance on Managing Food Allergies in Schools...

New document addresses specific food processes, anaphylaxis treatment, and additional safety considerations for schools during COVID-19 to keep students with food allergies safe.
Lone Star Tick

Think You’ve Developed a Meat Allergy from a Tick Bite? There’s...

FDA Clears First Blood Test for Identifying a Novel Allergic Sensitization to Red Meat.
Rosie Take 2

Study: You’re Likely Not Carrying Your Epinephrine or Using it Early...

Many who should be carrying epinephrine auto-injectors and administering them promptly in an emergency are not.
Hopscotch

Study: Recurring Anaphylaxis Often Follows the Same Progression in Individuals

The sequence of symptoms may be a tip-off that you are suffering anaphylaxis.
Peanuts

Among Those Surveyed, One in Seven Peanut Allergic Adults First Developed...

Prevalence study examining peanut allergy characteristics in adults was scheduled to be presented at the 2020 AAAAI Annual Meeting.
Teen

Study: The Impact of Peanut Allergy on the Quality of Life...

The Peanut Allergy Burden Study assessed the real-world burden of peanut allergy on patients and caregivers in the United States.
Epinephrine Expiration Date

Study: How Potent Are Epinephrine Auto-Injectors After the Expiration Date?

Can expiration dates be safely extended?