Tag: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Blood Samples

AllerGenis Lauds Study Results of New, More Accurate Blood Test for...

"Test brings us one step closer to eliminating the need to subject patients to an oral food challenge."
FD&C Red 40

Artificial Food Colorants Can Cause Disease After Immune System Dysregulation

When given a diet with the food dyes Red 40 or Yellow 6, the altered mice developed IBD.
SUNBEAM babyfoot

NIH Study of Early Predictors, Mechanisms of Food Allergy and Eczema...

Study to identify prenatal and early childhood markers of high risk for food allergy and atopic dermatitis as well as biological pathways that lead to these conditions.
Eggs

Egg Oral Immunotherapy Could be Better Option than Baked Egg Therapy...

5 year multi-site study shows egg OIT was significantly more likely to achieve sustained unresponsiveness compared to children opting for baked egg therapy.
Multi-omics

Multi-omics Approach Offers New Insights into Peanut Allergy Severity

Findings could improve diagnostics and lead to new treatments.
Wheat

Mount Sinai Researchers Find Wheat Oral Immunotherapy to Be Therapeutic for...

First multicenter rigorous clinical trial yields promising results.
Viaskin Peanut

DBV Applies for FDA License to Sell Viaskin Peanut Patch Therapy

"This submission represents a significant step forward for those families living with peanut allergy."
DNA Helix

Study: Researchers Identify Six Genes Driving Peanut Allergy Reactions

Results represent important step forward for new therapies and treatments.

Study: Epinephrine and More Trained Staff to Administer It Needed in...

Epinephrine is saving lives at school but is often administered by unlicensed staff or students.
Auto-Injector Use

Study: Self-Injection Practice Leads to Less Anxiety in Adolescents and Parents

Familiarity with the use of an auto-injector may lead to earlier administration and better outcomes.