Tag: Robert H Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago

Innovative Research Partnership Addresses Needs of College Bound Students with Food...

Researchers identify needs and work alongside designers to develop a toolkit to support safe transition to college for students with food allergy.
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Study: Immunotherapy Trials for Food Allergy Hold Strong Appeal for Parents

Child’s food allergies have major impact on parents’ lives; majority of parents are willing to enroll their child in an immunotherapy clinical trial
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Study: One Third of School Nurses Reported Severe Food Allergy Reaction

National survey of school nurses reveals significant progress, but more needs to be done.
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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.

Study: Adolescents with More Support Take Fewer Food Allergy Risks

Adolescents and young adults fared better with strong support from their family, friends and school.

Hygiene Study Supports Association of Eczema and Skin Infections with Food...

The association of food allergy with early skin infection and eczema might shed more light on how food allergies develop.

Study: Confusing Food Labels Place Allergic Consumers At Risk

"Our findings underscore the challenges people with food allergies face in deciding if a food product is safe to eat."

Study: Risk of Food Allergies Only Minimally Higher in Siblings

Should younger siblings of children with food allergies be tested for allergy to foods even if they haven't shown symptoms?

Study: Children with Food-Triggered Eczema At Risk for Life Threatening Food...

Elimination of the trigger foods often resulted in an *increase* in immediate food reactions.

Study: Poorer Households Have Worse Food Allergy and Asthma Outcomes

Studies find poorer households spend less on specialists, more on ER and hospitalization.