Tag: Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (JACI)

Dining Out

Study: Food Allergy Reactions in Restaurants are Common and Can be...

Study indicates more caution needs to be exercised on the part of patients and the restaurant industry.
PEG-2000

What We Know About PEG, Suspected as the Cause of Reactions...

An ingredient commonly used in medicines, foods, and cosmetics is suspected.
Eggs

Egg OIT Helps More Children Achieve Sustained Unresponsiveness Than Baked Egg

Study compared therapies of children who were baked egg tolerant.
Woman Scratching

Half of People with Food Allergies Report One or More Reactions...

A third of individuals reported multiple reactions each year.
Fish

Why Allergy Tests May be Underdiagnosing Fish Allergy

According to the study, an important allergenic component is missing in allergy tests for fish.
Anxious Child

Therapy Helps Children with Food Allergies Manage Severe Anxiety

Cognitive behavioral therapy works for children with phobia of anaphylaxis.
Pill

New Pill Could Prevent Anaphylaxis in People with Food, Drug Allergies

Drug would be the first known treatment to prevent anaphylaxis.
Dogs Studying

Study: Dogs Beneficial in Early Childhood for Prevention of Sensitivities Implicated...

Here's another reason why dogs are man's best friend.
FARE's COVID-19 Guidance

The Background for FARE’s New Guidance Regarding Anaphylaxis During the COVID-19...

We provide a link to the original JACI article to foster a better understanding of the rationale behind FARE's decision.
Epinephrine Auto-injector 0.5mg

Study Bolsters the Case for Higher Dose Epinephrine Auto-Injectors for US...

Should a 0.5mg epinephrine auto-injector be offered here as it is elsewhere?