Tag: atopic dermatitis (eczema)

Peanuts

FDA Approves Peanut Allergy Health Claims for Food Products

FDA action is the result of a review initiated in August.
Toddler Drinking Milk

Guidelines May Promote Over-Diagnosis of Cow’s Milk Allergy in Infants

Guidelines may help medicalize normal infant symptoms and promote overdiagnosis of milk allergy.
skin

Skin Plays Much Larger Role in Development of Allergies Than Previously...

A ground-breaking discovery has shone a light on immune cells in the skin, suggesting they play a much larger role in the onset of allergies than first thought.
Mennonite Woman with Baby

Breast Milk from Mennonite Moms on Farms May Better Protect Babies...

Women from traditional farming communities may pass protection against atopic diseases through their milk.
CHOP Dupilumab Study

CHOP Receives $2M Philanthropic Gift to Launch Food Allergy Study Using...

"A successful clinical trial would open the possibility of food introduction to more than 3,500 CHOP patients with EoE."
Boy Unable to Sleep

Study: Sleep Disturbances Common in Children with Eczema

“Clinicians should screen for these symptoms in school-aged children, particularly with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis.”
Infant Vaccination

Study: No Evidence Linking Common Childhood Vaccinations with Later Allergic Disease

A recently published study in the journal Allergy sought a link between vaccines and allergic diseases. If found none.
Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema)

Oral Medication Shows Strong Promise for Moderate to Severe Eczema in...

Upadacitinib yielded rapid and significant improvements in patients with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis in phase 3 trials.
Mother Holding Infant's Feet

Study Finds Differences at Birth of Microbiota in Infants Who Go...

Changes in the microbiome leading to atopy may begin in utero.
Models of Interleukin 4 and 13

Antibody May Provide New Treatment for Food Allergies

“This research suggests a potentially transformative treatment for peanut allergy in particular and food allergies in general.”