Tag: anaphylaxis

Basophil Among Red Blood Cells

New Device to Bring Much More Precise Allergy Testing to a...

Stanford researchers quickly isolate rare, allergen-reactive white blood cells called basophils, using microfluidics and magnets.
Ednan-Laperouse Family

Foundation Established in Memory of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse Sponsors First Clinical Trial

NARF continues to make the world safer for food allergies.
No Risky Behavior Sign

Epinephrine Can’t Save Your Life if You Don’t Have it With...

We get it... you're busy living your life.
West London Coroner's Court

Woman, Unresponsive for Four Years After Suffering Anaphylactic Shock, Dies

She was diagnosed with a peanut allergy at one year old.
James Atkinson

What We Learned From the James Atkinson Inquest: Beware Restaurant Delivery...

Restaurant had swapped flour behind the scenes.
The Morrison Family

7-Year-Old Boy Suffers Anaphylaxis to a “Safe” Food on the Menu:...

They had been told they could simply scan a QR code and select a meal that was safe.
David Poretti

Good Samaritans Saved “Lucky” Runner Who was Unprepared for Sudden Anaphylaxis

"There's no chance I would have been able to make it" without their help.
Lauren Evens

Woman Suffers Anaphylaxis from Lip Filler She Had Used for Years

"Apparently at any age and any point you can develop an allergy to something."
Drugs

Study Finds Drugs Including Anti-Microbials and NSAIDs Leading Causes of Anaphylaxis

The findings may be counter-intuitive to some, especially during this time of increasing rates of food allergy.
Brodie Chapman

Man Served Nuts by Airline Three Times in One Week Despite...

"I was in tears because no one seemed to be taking my condition seriously."