Tag: ACAAI

Tree Nuts

Forty Percent of People with Peanut Allergies can Eat Tree Nuts...

“People with peanut allergy should be aware that it may be safe to consume some, if not all tree nuts, and tree nut consumption can contribute to a nutritious diet.”
Happy Baby

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

Research is giving new insight into the atopic march and what conditions may indicate a higher risk of further allergic disease.
Broken Piggy Bank

Medical Claims are Double for Those with Peanut Allergy

Patients with a peanut allergy tend to be hospitalized more frequently than those without and have more comorbidities.
Emergency Department

Study: More Young Children Being Treated at ER for Anaphylaxis, Fewer...

The number of young children presenting at the ER with anaphylaxis more than doubled between 2006 and 2015.
Eating While Pregnant

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

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.
Dr Anna Nowak-Wegrzyn

Study: Two-Thirds of Adults with Peanut Allergy Do Not Feel Fully...

Many adults still report a diminished quality of life even if they were diagnosed at an early age.
Bryn Pharma Intranasal Epinephrine Device

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

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.