Tag: Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (JACI)

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?
NanoVax Platform

BlueWillow Completes Preclinical Studies of Intranasal Peanut Allergy Vaccine

Preclinical studies of a peanut vaccine have been completed while the company has begun preclinical studies of a milk allergy vaccine and is ready to begin studies of an egg allergy vaccine.
Rosie Take 2

Study: You’re Likely Not Carrying Your Epinephrine or Using it Early...

Many who should be carrying epinephrine auto-injectors and administering them promptly in an emergency are not.
Hopscotch

Study: Recurring Anaphylaxis Often Follows the Same Progression in Individuals

The sequence of symptoms may be a tip-off that you are suffering anaphylaxis.
Biphasic Anaphylaxis

Study: Biphasic Anaphylaxis is Difficult to Predict, Can Occur Much Later...

Study provides rationale for ALWAYS visiting the local emergency department after suffering an anaphylactic reaction.
Epinephrine Expiration Date

Study: How Potent Are Epinephrine Auto-Injectors After the Expiration Date?

Can expiration dates be safely extended?
Infant

Two Baby Studies: Eat Eggs While Breastfeeding — Yes, Emollients for...

Studies look at strategies for preventing food allergies and reducing the risk of developing eczema in babies.
Peanut Allergy Vaccine

Allergy Therapeutics Publishes Encouraging New Data for Peanut Allergy Vaccine Candidate

"This study indicates a paradigm shift by addressing peanut allergy via a vaccination concept instead of classic desensitisation..."