Tag: food allergies

Heather Bresch - Mylan CEO

As EpiPen Company’s Stock Plummets, CEO Heather Bresch Gets A Raise

You would think the CEO of a company whose stock lost 63% of its value would be shown the door. You would be wrong.
Positive Mindset for OIT

NPR Provides Context to ‘Positive Mindset in OIT’ Study

The NPR article is a must-read for parents of kids undergoing OIT or those considering the treatment for their children.
Dr Oz on 'What What Happens Now'

Dr Oz is No Wizard When It Comes to Food Allergies

Never take allergy advice from a doctor on TV.
Habiba and Brandon

Let’s Pledge to be More Vigilant in Memory of Habiba and...

The food allergy community is grieving after the loss of two more kids who were guilty of nothing more than developing life-threatening immune disorders.
Eggs

Egg OIT Leads to More Rapid Allergy Desensitization Than Baked-Egg Products

Study suggests oral immunotherapy may lead to higher sustained unresponsiveness to egg for baked-egg tolerant children.

Study: Allergic Reactions Frequent in Children Undergoing Milk OIT

Allergic reactions frequently occur during treatment and a significant proportion can be classified as anaphylactic, according to a new Canadian study.
AR101

Aimmune Therapeutics Presents New AR101 Data Including Demonstrated Reduction in Accidental...

AR101-Treated Patients Who Completed PALISADE Had 95% Increased Probability of Tolerating Any Dose of Peanut Protein in Exit Challenge Compared to Placebo.
Researchers

Phase I Trial for New Peanut Allergy Immunotherapy Results in No...

Research details phase one study of peptide-based immunotherapy, which is designed to remove risks of acute reactions during treatment.
Sleep Deprivation

Exercise and Sleep Deprivation Appear to Increase Likelihood of Allergic Reactions...

Research first presented at the 2019 AAAAI Annual Meeting finds everyday factors that may increase the risk of allergic reactions to peanut.
Sesame Seeds

Sesame Now the Ninth Most Common Food Allergy in the US

Sesame allergy reactions often severe and increasingly prevalent, says research from the 2019 AAAAI Annual Meeting.

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