Tag: milk

Allergens

USF Begins Recruitment for OIT Study Addressing 15 Food Allergies at...

Therapy will treat allergies to peanuts, almonds, cashew, hazelnuts, pecans, pistachios, walnuts, codfish, salmon, shrimp, sesame seed, soy, wheat, milk and eggs simultaneously.
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.
ZEGO Purity Panel

ZEGO Debuts New Purity Panel to Inform Consumers About Toxins in...

ZEGO launches a new visual to bring transparency to undisclosed residues that can harm health.
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.
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.
Peanut Butter

Study: The Most Common Triggers of Anaphylaxis in Children

Study looked at 1989 pediatric anaphylaxis admissions due to anaphylaxis at ICUs between the years 2010 to 2015.
Pitcher of Milk

Study: Vitamin A Added to Cattle Feed May Protect Against Cow's...

Adding more greens to cow fodder may lower the allergenicity of milk.
Cow

Study: How Nutritious is Your Milk Alternative?

Researchers from McGill University looked at the four most-commonly consumed types of milk beverages from plant sources around the world.
Dark Chocolate

Kept in the Dark Regarding Allergens: The FDA Warned You, We...

Why is dark chocolate so problematic regarding allergen cross-contact? The FDA explains, shedding light on a broader problem.
Feeding Baby

Study: Avoid Delayed Introduction of Allergenic Foods

Introducing allergenic foods during first year of age reduced incidence of sensitivity to those foods.