Tag: Robert H Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago

Connected Inhaler

Sensor-Based Inhalers Show Benefit for Pediatric Asthma Patients

An estimated 25 million Americans suffer from asthma, most of whom have been prescribed inhalers to treat and prevent asthma attacks. For those with...
Label Reader

Study: Consumers With Food Allergy Are Largely Unaware of US Allergen...

Study highlights need for better precautionary allergen labeling.
Baby

FARE Launches SEED to Study and Promote Early Introduction of Allergenic...

Study will investigate whether feeding multiple allergenic foods to infants can reduce their risk for developing food allergies.
Woman Scratching

Half of People with Food Allergies Report One or More Reactions...

A third of individuals reported multiple reactions each year.
Surprised Baby

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.”
FARE Data Commons

FARE Expands Partnership with Northwestern University, Announces Data Commons

FARE Data Commons to connect food allergy stakeholders and researchers around the globe
Allergens

One in 10 Adults in US Has a Food Allergy, But...

Nearly half of food-allergic adults developed at least one of their food allergies as an adult.
Lurie Graph

Prevalence of Food Allergy and Access to Epinephrine for Children in...

In this nationally representative household survey, parents were asked about their children’s food allergies, health care, and possession of an epinephrine auto-injector.
Toddler

Study: Allergic Reactions to Foods are Milder in Infants

Majority of infants with food-induced anaphylaxis present with hives and vomiting, suggesting there is less concern for life-threatening response to early food introduction.
Kids Eating Lunch at School

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.