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Study Finds Differences at Birth of Microbiota in Infants Who Go...

Changes in the microbiome leading to atopy may begin in utero.
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Antibody May Provide New Treatment for Food Allergies

“This research suggests a potentially transformative treatment for peanut allergy in particular and food allergies in general.”
Moisterizing Baby

Study Finds Frequent Moisturization of Infants May be Associated with Development...

"In the meantime, we recommend that parents wash their hands before moisturizing their babies as a precautionary measure."
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How Much Peanut Does it Take to Trigger an Allergic Reaction?

UC toxicologist says finding an ‘eliciting dose’ may help some who have food allergies.
Aquestive's Subingual Epinephrine

Aquestive Charts Ambitious Path Forward for Sublingual Emergency Epinephrine

Company updates the public on status of their candidate drug administered under the tongue.
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NIH Study of Early Predictors, Mechanisms of Food Allergy and Eczema...

Study to identify prenatal and early childhood markers of high risk for food allergy and atopic dermatitis as well as biological pathways that lead to these conditions.
Half of Prescriptions Filled

Just Half of Epinephrine Auto-Injector Prescriptions are Filled After Pediatric Emergency...

Startling results of a retrospective study of patients discharged from a pediatric emergency department after suffering anaphylaxis.
Feeding Baby

Note to FDA: Early Allergen Introduction Products Need Regulation

Parents need help NOW to determine which products are effective so they can make educated decisions.
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Early Introduction of Peanuts Leads to 16% Drop in Peanut Allergy...

Study was the first to test the approach in homes and to analyze what impact the guideline changes have had on peanut allergies.
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Aimmune Presents New Clinical Data From Patients Treated With PALFORZIA® for...

Majority of patients experienced low rates of adverse events which declined in frequency and severity with continued treatment.