Tag: study

Fall Baby

Study Finds Fall Babies at Higher Risk of Lifetime of Allergic...

Children born in the fall were much more likely to experience all of the conditions associated with the atopic march.
Fish

Why Allergy Tests May be Underdiagnosing Fish Allergy

According to the study, an important allergenic component is missing in allergy tests for fish.
Upset Teen

Study Shows Negative Impact of Avoidance and Fear of Accidental Reactions...

The psychosocial impact of food allergies on children and teens is severe.
Survey

Calling Parents: Participate in a Study About Food Allergy Management During...

Parents interested in participating in this research study can access the online survey.
Woman Reading Label

New Research Shows 1-in-4 American Consumers Do Not Purchase Products Containing...

"Our research confirms the food allergy community is vast – extending beyond an individual to entire households, and they face unique and costly challenges as they take steps to protect the health and safety of their families."
Feeding Baby

MCRI Study Recruiting 1700 Infants to Determine Whether Vitamin D Helps...

Research shows that vitamin D deficiency may play a role in an increased risk of food allergy, likely due to its role in shaping the developing immune system.
Research

New Insights on Allergies May Improve Diagnosis and Treatment

Findings may help to improve the diagnosis and treatment of allergies, pointing to a potential marker of these conditions and a new therapeutic strategy.
Epinephrine Auto-injector 0.5mg

Study Bolsters the Case for Higher Dose Epinephrine Auto-Injectors for US...

Should a 0.5mg epinephrine auto-injector be offered here as it is elsewhere?
Nose

Bryn Study Evaluates Effects of Nasal Congestion on Intranasal Administration of...

“A treatment method like intranasal delivery that is easier and more convenient may lead to increased compliance and result in a reduced time to treat an anaphylactic event.”
Rosie Take 2

Study: You’re Likely Not Carrying Your Epinephrine or Using it Early...

Many who should be carrying epinephrine auto-injectors and administering them promptly in an emergency are not.