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Gut Microbiome

Study: ‘Good’ Bacteria May Prevent – and Reverse – Food Allergy

A study published in Nature Medicine makes a strong case that food allergy is caused by the absence of certain beneficial bacteria in the human gut.
Medications

‘Inactive’ Ingredients in Medications Can Be Problematic for Those With Food...

Those 'inactive' ingredients may not be so inactive.
Researcher

ConsortiaTX Awarded Exclusive License for Food Allergy Microbial Therapy

The company is developing therapies for food allergies based on bacteria found in the human gut microbiome.

Study: Females and Asians Have Highest Prevalence of Food Allergies and...

Team scrutinized the medical records of 2.7 million patients over a 13 year period.

Brilliant Minds: The Launch of the Food Allergy Science Initiative

A new effort is underway aimed at accelerating research into food allergy to enable the development of new diagnostics and treatments.

Study: Poorer Households Have Worse Food Allergy and Asthma Outcomes

Studies find poorer households spend less on specialists, more on ER and hospitalization.

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