Tag: Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

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Early Introduction of Wheat May Prevent Celiac Disease

Findings contrast with earlier studies where smaller quantities of gluten was introduced.
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Half of People with Food Allergies Report One or More Reactions...

A third of individuals reported multiple reactions each year.
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Approximately A Third of Pediatricians Fully Follow Guidelines on Peanut Allergy...

"Barriers to implementation are important to address since pediatricians, beginning with the 4-6 month well-child visits, can have a vital role in the reduction of peanut allergy.”
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New Research Shows 1-in-4 American Consumers Do Not Purchase Products Containing...

"Our research confirms the food allergy community is vast – extending beyond an individual to entire households, and they face unique and costly challenges as they take steps to protect the health and safety of their families."
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New Pill Could Prevent Anaphylaxis in People with Food, Drug Allergies

Drug would be the first known treatment to prevent anaphylaxis.
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New Treatment May Reverse Celiac Disease

New technology may be applicable to other autoimmune diseases and allergies.
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Study Identifies Food Allergy Policies Parents Want to Improve Safety of...

One in five parents did not feel that their child with food allergy was safe while at school, according to results of a national survey.
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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.”
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Positive Safety Results Reported for Viaskin Peanut Phase III Trial

The trial met its primary objective, demonstrating that Viaskin Peanut was well-tolerated with no new or unexpected adverse events.

New Cancer Treatment May Prove Effective Against Food Allergies

FDA approved drug reduced reactivity to airborne allergens 80-90% in a single week.