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

Eggs

Egg OIT Leads to More Rapid Allergy Desensitization Than Baked-Egg Products

Study suggests oral immunotherapy may lead to higher sustained unresponsiveness to egg for baked-egg tolerant children.
AR101

Aimmune Therapeutics Presents New AR101 Data Including Demonstrated Reduction in Accidental...

AR101-Treated Patients Who Completed PALISADE Had 95% Increased Probability of Tolerating Any Dose of Peanut Protein in Exit Challenge Compared to Placebo.
Researchers

Phase I Trial for New Peanut Allergy Immunotherapy Results in No...

Research details phase one study of peptide-based immunotherapy, which is designed to remove risks of acute reactions during treatment.
Sleep Deprivation

Exercise and Sleep Deprivation Appear to Increase Likelihood of Allergic Reactions...

Research first presented at the 2019 AAAAI Annual Meeting finds everyday factors that may increase the risk of allergic reactions to peanut.
Sesame Seeds

Sesame Now the Ninth Most Common Food Allergy in the US

Sesame allergy reactions often severe and increasingly prevalent, says research from the 2019 AAAAI Annual Meeting.
Boiled Peanuts

Boiled Peanut OIT Continues to Show Promise as a Safe and...

Research from a UK clinical trial finds a new oral immunotherapy option provides sustained unresponsiveness one year after treatment.
Eggs

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

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...

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

Update on Progress of Emergency Epinephrine Nasal Spray

The nasal spray would be an alternate means of delivering emergency epinephrine to the traditional auto-injector.

Parent’s Health Knowledge Could Affect How Many Reactions Their Kids Have...

Children whose parents scored lower on health literacy assessments were more likely to suffer from allergic reactions.

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