Tag: alpha-gal

Lone Star tick

Alpha-Gal Found to be Both a Medication and Red Meat Allergy

The typical reaction to alpha-gal is a delayed anaphylaxis three to six hours after exposure.
Lone Star Tick

Study: Red Meat Allergy a Growing Concern

Study describes the rise in anaphylaxis caused by alpha-gal allergy in a university allergy clinic.
Lone Star Tick

Study: Shingles and MMR Vaccines May Trigger Anaphylaxis in the Meat-Allergic

Now with meat-allergy on the rise caused by the lone star tick, there is a concern that some vaccines may present a danger of delayed anaphylaxis.

Crisp Air, Falling Leaves, Hiking, and… Meat Allergy?

There is a marked rise in cases of the once rare alpha-gal syndrome. Protect yourself and your family.