Tag: Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (JACI)

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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.
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Study: Fewer Than Half Use Their Epinephrine Auto-Injector Before Arriving at...

“It’s a disappointing reality that epinephrine is seriously underused.”

Parent’s Health Knowledge Could Affect How Many Reactions Their Kids Have...

Children whose parents scored lower on health literacy assessments were more likely to suffer from allergic reactions.
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Enrollment Complete for Phase 2b Probiotic Oral Immunotherapy Treatment Candidate

Study to provide evidence of longer lasting tolerance to peanut in a larger number of patients.
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Another Test to Challenge the Oral Food Challenge

A new test is vying to replace the oral food challenge as the gold standard for determining the presence of food allergy.
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Study: Vaccine Suppresses Peanut Allergies in Mice

Three monthly doses of a nasal vaccine protected the mice from allergic reactions upon exposure to peanut.
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Study: Food Allergy Linked to Genetics and Skin Exposure Often Caused...

"A major advance in our understanding of how food allergy starts early in life.”

Study: Reactions Vary in Children with Milk, Egg Allergy

Study shows marked differences in the way allergic reactions to milk and egg present themselves.
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Study: Protein Active in Life-Threatening Allergic Reactions is a Promising Target...

Research finds that several proteins can interact in blood vessels to intensify the respiratory and circulatory symptoms of anaphylaxis.
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Study: Researchers Retrained Immune Systems of Mice to Switch Off Anaphylaxis

"This study in mice proves the concept of this approach, so tests in humans are not that far off."

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