Special Report: Top Research from the AAAAI/WAO Allergists’ Conference

in Food Allergy, Food Allergy News, Peanut & Tree Nut
Published: March 14, 2018

Photo: Karras Photography
At the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology and World Allergy Organization Joint Congress held in Orlando in early March 2018, thousands of allergists and related health providers from around the globe gathered to hear and debate new study results in allergy, asthma and immunology.

Allergic Living was there, and following is our journalists’ coverage of research highlights of the 2018 AAAAI/WAO conference.

Anaphylaxis in Very Young Kids Can Often Be Severe and Under-Recognized, Study Finds

Red Meat Allergy Found to Be Mystery Trigger Behind Many Cases of Anaphylaxis

Allergists Excited for Peanut Therapy That’s in Line for Approval

Research Sheds Light on Which Kids Will Develop Peanut Allergy

Tweens with Milk Allergy Often Shorter, Smaller Than Peers

Development of EoE Linked with Eczema, Asthma and Food Allergy

Researchers Reveal Link Between Penicillin Allergy Label and Severe Infections

Folic Acid Levels in Newborns Linked to Food Allergy Risk

Food Allergy Anxiety Limits 1st Graders’ Social Lives, Survey Finds