Latest Peanut allergy Stories
Researchers have found that allergic infants may be at increased risk of peanut allergy if their mothers ingested peanuts during pregnancy.
A new study estimates that 2.5 percent of the United States population, or about 7.6 million Americans, have food allergies.
Food allergies are more common among people with asthma and may contribute to asthma attacks.
Emergency room visits by children for severe food-allergy reactions may be on the rise, if the experience of one major US medical center is a sign.
Two new studies suggest that 1 to 2 percent of children in the United States and Canada may have allergies to peanuts or tree nuts, with US rates possibly on the rise.
Results of a nationwide telephone survey have shown that the rate of peanut allergies in children more than tripled from 1997 to 2008.
A new study suggests that children and teenagers that have peanut allergies might have more-severe asthma attacks.
BASKING RIDGE, N.J., Oct. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- The haunted happenings of Halloween are upon us and soon we'll be carving pumpkins, dressing in costumes and telling spooky stories.
SEATTLE, Oct. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- While children are already anticipating Halloween "trick or treating," some parents are dreading the observed holiday that focuses on youngsters going door-to-door to receive free candy.
Some children with a history of severe milk allergy can safely drink milk and consume other dairy products every day, according to research led by the Johns Hopkins Children's Center and published in the Aug. 10 online edition of the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.
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