Tag: Jaffe Food Allergy Institute at Mount Sinai

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Baby Suffers Anaphylaxis After Feet Dipped in Craft Paint

Seven month old diagnosed with a milk allergy at birth was participating in a Father's Day craft activity at his daycare.
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Test is 87% Accurate at Determining Outcome to Milk OIT

Using a growing database of patient reactivity signatures can better predict milk-allergic patient outcomes compared to traditional methods.
Epitope Mapping

Mount Sinai and AllerGenis Announce Partnership to Bring Novel, Precision Diagnostics...

The technology will provide an improved method for detecting, assessing, and monitoring food allergies in patients.
Parent and Child

Study: Kids with Food Allergies Often Put at Risk by Parents’...

Survey shows many parent simply don't understand the basics of food allergy and management of the disease.

At Upcoming AAAAI Meeting: Promising Results for Tree Nut and Wheat...

"The studies are small but they are very encouraging."
Infant

NIH: Introduce Peanuts to High-Risk Infants Early

Based on the findings of the LEAP study, an expert panel recommends that peanuts be introduced to infants as early as 4 months of age.

Study: New Blood Test May Render Food Challenges Obsolete

Food challenge: Low-tech, dangerous, and the only reliable way to test how severely someone may react to an allergen. Until now.

Study: Babies Fed Peanuts 80% Less Likely to Develop Allergy

Blockbuster study results reveal benefit to feeding children peanuts earlier in life rather than avoidance.

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