Tag: atopic dermatitis (eczema)

Dr Kari Nadeau - Keynote Speaker at FARE Research Retreat

Watch: Dr Kari Nadeau Discusses Food Allergy Prevention and Treatment at...

Well worth your time if you have food allergies, care for someone who does, or are pregnant or considering pregnancy in the near future.
Fall Baby

Study Finds Fall Babies at Higher Risk of Lifetime of Allergic...

Children born in the fall were much more likely to experience all of the conditions associated with the atopic march.
Dupixent

FDA Approves Dupixent® as First Biologic for Treatment of Children Aged...

Three-quarters of patients receiving Dupixent achieved at least a 75% improvement in overall disease, with an average improvement of approximately 80%.
Mother Holding Infant

Study: Cesarean Birth Has Little Impact on Children Developing Allergies

The research found only a small link between cesarean delivery and asthma and no association between the delivery method and eczema or lung function.
Infant

Two Baby Studies: Eat Eggs While Breastfeeding — Yes, Emollients for...

Studies look at strategies for preventing food allergies and reducing the risk of developing eczema in babies.
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.
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.
Baby

Recruitment of Infants Begins for Phase 3 Trial of Cream to...

The trial needs 760 babies aged three weeks or younger whose parents or siblings suffer from either eczema, asthma or food allergies.
Dog and Infant

Dog Ownership at Three Months of Age Associated with Protection Against...

Researchers conclude Fido may be a baby's best friend.