Tag: Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE)

Peanuts

Study: Vaccine Suppresses Peanut Allergies in Mice

Three monthly doses of a nasal vaccine protected the mice from allergic reactions upon exposure to peanut.
Emergency Department

Study: Pediatric Admissions Slashed With Simple Changes to Hospital Anaphylaxis Procedures

Researchers were able to streamline the care of patients with anaphylaxis without any compromise in safety.
Interleukin-4

Study: Protein Active in Life-Threatening Allergic Reactions is a Promising Target...

Research finds that several proteins can interact in blood vessels to intensify the respiratory and circulatory symptoms of anaphylaxis.
Peter Rabbit

Editorial and Media Roundup: Peter Rabbit Movie Outrage

"The studio execs must either be complete idiots or tone deaf..."
Elijah and Oakley

Families Channel Their Losses into Food Allergy Advocacy to Protect Our...

"No parent wants to be me. You don’t want to see your kid die in front of you from eating a piece of cake."
Wendy's

Advisory: Wendy’s Procedure Change May Introduce Egg in Select Burgers

FARE warns that consumers with egg allergy to order select sandwiches without ketchup to avoid cross-contact risk.
Breastfeeding

Study: Breastmilk Helps Protect Offspring from Food Allergies

Study supports a varied, allergen-rich diet for pregnant and nursing mothers.
DBV Patch Closeup

Positive Safety Results Reported for Viaskin Peanut Phase III Trial

The trial met its primary objective, demonstrating that Viaskin Peanut was well-tolerated with no new or unexpected adverse events.

‘No Appetite for Bullying’ Food Allergy Anti-Bullying Campaign Launches

Initiative is intended to raise awareness about the prevalence and potential dangers of food allergy bullying.

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