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Study: Breastmilk Helps Protect Offspring from Food Allergies

Study supports a varied, allergen-rich diet for pregnant and nursing mothers.

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: Nine Children Suffer Severe Symptoms in OIT Trial

The survey was initiated after a report that a child suffered cardio-respiratory arrest during OIT.

Study: Predicting Which Children Are On The ‘Atopic March’

Findings provide new understanding of which children are at higher risk for developing associated allergic conditions.

Confirmation of ‘Allergy Amplifier’ Could Lead to New Food Allergy Therapies

Inhibitors of Histamine-Releasing Factor could block inflammatory response to food allergens.

Researchers Find Mechanism Behind Inflammation in Eczema

Novel therapies developed to block this mechanism could help prevent food allergies and asthma.

Study: 61% of Anaphylactic Reactions Occur at Home

Interesting data from the recent ACAAI conference sheds light on how and where anaphylactic reactions in kids are triggered.

Aptamer Effectively Prevents Allergic Reactions in Mice

The newly discovered substance binds to a specific protein and blocks it.

Pediatricians Slow to Implement Early Peanut Introduction Guidelines

Only 11% are adequately following the guidelines leaving many at risk of developing peanut allergy later in life.

Nearly Half of Adults with Food Allergies Develop Them as Adults

Black, Asian and Hispanic adults have higher risk of developing allergy to shellfish and peanuts than whites.

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