Tag: infants

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Study Highlights Triggers of Anaphylaxis in Infants, Children

According to the study, triggers for anaphylaxis can differ based on geographical region.
FPIES

Study Shows New Triggers of Rare Food Allergy in Infants

The findings of the study determine the responsible foods triggers, as well as the characteristics and management of FPIES.
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AAP Clinical Report Highlights Early Introduction of Peanut-Based Foods to Prevent...

The American Academy of Pediatrics updates a clinical report that explores how maternal and infant nutrition affect development of infant allergies.
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Probiotic Gives Long-Standing Protection Against Childhood Eczema, Study Finds

Giving a probiotic supplement to pregnant mothers and their infants significantly reduces the chances of a child developing eczema for the first 11 years of their life, researchers have shown.
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Study: C-Section Babies Run Increased Risk of Developing Food Allergies

Data shows children born by C-section run a 21% higher risk of developing food allergies than children born by vaginal delivery.
Toddler

Study: Allergic Reactions to Foods are Milder in Infants

Majority of infants with food-induced anaphylaxis present with hives and vomiting, suggesting there is less concern for life-threatening response to early food introduction.
Dairy Calves

Study: Scientists Genetically Modify Cows to Produce Milk Without Allergen

Findings could lead to cow's milk products targeted at those with milk allergy.
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FDA Approves Auvi-Q with Lower Dose for Infants and Small Children

New variant also has smaller needle size to prevent hitting bone during administration.
Pediatrician and Baby

Pediatricians Slow to Implement Early Peanut Introduction Guidelines

Only 11% are adequately following the guidelines leaving many at risk of developing peanut allergy later in life.
Surprised Baby

FDA Approves New Peanut Allergy Claim on Labels

Labels may soon claim that early introduction of peanuts may reduce the risk of infants developing peanut allergy.

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