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Lifesaving Asthma Drug Linked to Nightmares and Depression

Be sure to discuss the possible side effects with your doctor so you can be vigilant for possible adverse effects of the drug.

Study: Epinephrine and More Trained Staff to Administer It Needed in Schools

Epinephrine is saving lives at school but is often administered by unlicensed staff or students.
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Study: Oral Food Challenges Safer Than Previously Thought

Despite the recent news of the death of a 3 year-old Alabama boy, the largest study of its kind found oral food challenges are safe.

Private Insurance Claims Related to Anaphylaxis from Food Allergy Have Nearly Quadrupled Since 2007

Report based on an analysis by FAIR Health of over 23 billion privately billed healthcare procedures.
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Study: Peanut Oral Immunotherapy Combined with Probiotic Achieves Lasting Results

Exciting news of lasting peanut tolerance four years after Probiotic + Peanut OIT treatment.
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Th2A: the Key to Unlocking Better Testing and a Cure for Food Allergy?

A look at what all the excitement is about.

Study: Two Thirds of Children in Need of Epinephrine Arent Receiving It

Despite overwhelming evidence that it leads to better outcomes, children are going without even when treated in the ER.

Study: Females and Asians Have Highest Prevalence of Food Allergies and Intolerances

Team scrutinized the medical records of 2.7 million patients over a 13 year period.
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CDC Report on Restaurant Food Allergy Practices Not Encouraging

Nearly half of food allergy related deaths were caused by food from a restaurant.

NIH Designates $42 Million to Food Allergy Research Group over 7 Years

CoFAR has done important clinical research since 2005 and will continue with NIH funding.