Latest Peanut allergy Stories
Leading parent advocates from across the country join forces to advocate for more research funding to find a cure WASHINGTON, May 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, as we continue to mark Food Allergy Awareness Week, Robert F.
Allertherapy(TM) Makes Allergy Desensitization an Accessible and Cost-Effective Option FORT COLLINS, Colo., March 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Food allergy sufferers now have a treatment option that builds immunity to food allergens from the comfort of home.
Black male children may have a greater risk of having a food allergy, a U.S. food sensitivity study of more than 8,000 found. The national survey included 8,203 people, who tested positive for the allergen antibody linked to possible issues with eggs, milk, peanuts and shrimp.
US doctors reported on Sunday that some children may be free from peanut allergies if they eat a tiny crumb of peanut every day for weeks.
A daily dose of peanuts has been a successful therapy for peanut allergies in a select group of children who can eat peanuts daily, U.S.
A carefully administered daily dose of peanuts has been so successful as a therapy for peanut allergies that a select group of children is now off treatment and eating peanuts daily, report doctors at Duke University Medical Center and Arkansas Children's Hospital.
A study on peanut allergies showed that children given small daily doses of peanut flour were able to build up a tolerance to the nuts, suggesting it may be possible to treat the potentially deadly condition.
British researchers say a hospital in Cambridge is having success with a treatment that may cure nut allergies. Four children with severe peanut allergies participated in a preliminary clinical trial at Addenbrooke's Hospital in which they were given small amounts of peanut flour every day for six months.
Food Allergy Project Joins with Food Allergy Initiative to Create Largest National Source for Research, Advocacy and Education Efforts NEW YORK, Feb.
Chicago researchers report the development of a new mouse model for food allergy that mimics symptoms generated during a human allergic reaction to peanuts.
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