Tag: Annals of Allergy Asthma and Immunology

Flight Attendants Tending to Medical Emergency

Study Determines Frequency of In-Flight Allergic Events Requiring Epinephrine

Conclusion: Bring your epinephrine onboard.
Man in Hospital Bed

Patient Reacts to Peanuts After Receiving Lung Transplant from Donor with...

Man frequently ate peanuts before transplant.
Sesame Seeds

Study Shows More than 50% of Products Did Not Declare Sesame...

Better Identification of Sesame in Food Packaging Needed to Avoid Anaphylaxis.
Child Being Fed Peanut Butter

Study: Large Majority of Children on Peanut OIT Achieve Maintenance Dose...

Researchers concluded that peanut OIT can be successful in older kids and those with high peanut-sIgE levels.
Bullying

Childhood Bullying Due to Food Allergies is Common According to Study

Both black and white children suffer bullying at school because of their food allergies.
Baby

Rates of Hospitalization for Anaphylaxis in Infants and Toddlers Remained Steady...

Those from more financially advantaged families hospitalized more often.
Anxious Woman

Allergists Encourage Parents of Food Allergic Kids to Recognize Their Own...

"Children take cues from their parents, and their level of anxiety often reflects their parents’ level of anxiety..."
Rosie Auvi-Q Closeup

Why Allergic Individuals Must Always Carry TWO Doses of Emergency Epinephrine

Knowing can save your life in an anaphylactic emergency.
FPIES

Study Shows New Triggers of Rare Food Allergy in Infants

The findings of the study determine the responsible foods triggers, as well as the characteristics and management of FPIES.
Dining Out

Study: Use Multiple Strategies to Safely Dine Out with Food Allergies

Diners who had reactions used fewer preventative strategies.