Tag: Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (JACI)

ADHD

Allergy in Early Childhood Increases Risk for ADHD Later in Life

The retrospective study analyzed the records of over 230,000 children.
Boy Contemplating a Peanut

Peanut OIT is More Effective Than Thought But Desensitization Plummets After...

"Adherence to dosing is very important, and clinicians should expect a decline in tolerance with lapse in dosing."
Doctor Preparing Injection

Practice Update Regarding the Treatment of Anaphylaxis and Indicators for Risk...

Report provides recommendations for determining whether patient is at high risk for developing biphasic reaction.
Cow

Baked Milk OIT May Help Kids with Severe Cow’s Milk Allergy

Promising treatment for children with severe allergy to cow's milk.
Antihistamines

Study: Allergen Immunotherapy Safer and More Effective with Antihistamine Premedication

Researchers from Beijing conducted a meta-analysis of 11 randomized controlled trials.
COUR Nanoparticle

FDA Accepts Investigational New Drug Application for Novel Peanut Allergy Therapy

The company, which is already in phase 2 clinical trials with a treatment for celiac disease, has announced the FDA has accepted their Investigational New Drug (IND) application for evaluation of CNP-201, A treatment for peanut allergy. that reduces the need for strict peanut avoidance and reduces the potentially fatal health risks associated with peanut allergy.
Boy Unable to Sleep

Study: Sleep Disturbances Common in Children with Eczema

“Clinicians should screen for these symptoms in school-aged children, particularly with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis.”
Two Epinephrine School Zone

Study: 10% of Anaphylaxis Cases Require Multiple Doses of Epinephrine

Meta-analysis looked at cases from 1946 to January 2020.