Tag: milk allergy

Girl Drinking Milk

Children Allergic to Cow’s Milk Smaller and Lighter

Children allergic to cow’s milk are smaller and weigh less, according to the first published study to characterize growth trajectories from early childhood to adolescence in children with persistent food allergies.
Thin Mints

Some Thin Mints Girl Scout Cookies Now Carry Peanut, Milk and...

Label warning will only appear on Thin Mints from one of two licensed manufacturers.
Carey Family

Coroner Rules Owen Carey Died from Buttermilk Ingestion at Burger Chain...

The written statement by coroner Briony Ballard left no doubt as to the cause of Owen's death.
Owen Carey and His Father, Paul Carey

Inquest Into Death of Owen Carey Focuses on Alleged Undeclared Buttermilk...

The inquest is currently underway to determine how Owen was exposed to the allergen that ultimately took his life.
Raffi Pownall

Boy Died After Father Mistakenly Gave Him Chocolate Bar Containing Milk

Raffi became ill and vomited after eating a few chunks of the chocolate bar. It was then that Mr Pownall carefully reread the label.
Nathan Watt

Daycare Worker Who Gave Yoghurt to Child He Knew Had Milk...

Error is reminiscent of a similar event that took the life of Elijah Silvera in 2017.
Cra-Z-Art Yellow Kid's Paint

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.
Karanbir Cheema

What We Learned from the Karanbir Cheema Inquest

Myriad failings came together leading to Karan's death. Here are a few glaring issues that must be addressed arising from testimony at the inquest.
FabWoman

FabWoman Site Makes Dangerous Claims in Article Providing 'Homemade Remedies' for...

The site's assertions are reckless and we surmise could only have been made without bothering to consult an allergist.

Study: Allergic Reactions Frequent in Children Undergoing Milk OIT

Allergic reactions frequently occur during treatment and a significant proportion can be classified as anaphylactic, according to a new Canadian study.