Tag: Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Dr Sung Poblete FARE CEO

Food Allergy Research and Education Names Permanent CEO

Extensive Search Culminates in New Leadership for Flagship Food Allergy Organization.
Federal Budget Allocations for Food Allergy

This Year’s Federal Budget Increases Spending For Food Allergy Research and...

Budget includes millions of dollars to increase food allergy research funding and protect children with food allergies.
Precautionary Allergen Labeling

Public Health Organization Calls for Allergen Thresholds to Guide Product Labeling

Acceptable thresholds for allergen trace would make labeling safer and more reliable for the food allergy community.
Rhinitis

Why Your Seasonal Allergies, Asthma and OAS are Getting Worse and...

Pollen is the culprit and research shows pollen season is getting longer and stronger.
Annie Taal

Woman Received Microdoses of COVID-19 Vaccine to Avoid Anaphylaxis

"Even if one person with serious allergies who is scared to get vaccinated asks their doctor about it, that’s worth it to me."
Flu Vaccine

Medical Associations Agree: Flu Vaccines are Safe for Egg Allergy —...

The CDC recommends everyone 6 months and older get vaccinated for flu with rare exceptions even if you have an egg allergy.
Tanya Ednan-Laperouse and Emma Turay

Two UK Allergy Moms Who Suffered Horrific Losses Demand an Allergy...

We applaud the efforts of Ms Ednan-Laperouse and Ms Turay and believe their concept of a single person responsible for the health and safety of the allergic community should be adopted here in the US.
COVID-19 Vaccine Vials

Penn State Will Pay Those with Severe Allergies to Get COVID...

This is an opportunity receive the vaccine under strict supervision at a university medical center.
Emergency Responders

Know Which Emergency Responders Carry Epinephrine in Your Area

Will your responder have access to epinephrine in an anaphylactic emergency?
Adolescents

FDA Extends Emergency Use Authorization for Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine to Adolescents:...

Children 12 years and older may now receive the vaccine.