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Author: Claire Gagné
When a Child Goes to School with Multiple Food Allergies
As students increasingly have multiple food allergies, we investigate the solutions to a safe, inclusive environment.
Red Meat Allergy: How One Tick Bite Can Upend Your Diet and Your Life
First, Douglas Baker had a severe reaction in which he broke out into full body hives and lost consciousness three… Read more »
Do You Have Red Meat Allergy?
When should I suspect that I’m allergic to alpha-gal?
New Food Allergy Tests Hold Hope of Reliable Results
New diagnostic tests are being developed that aim to more accurately diagnose a patient’s food allergy. Currently, skin-prick testing and… Read more »
Kids with Asthma at a Higher Risk of Becoming Obese
Previous studies have established that obesity and asthma are related. Now, a large study of more than 21,000 European children… Read more »
American Airlines to Allow Passengers with Nut, Peanut Allergies to Pre-Board
American Airlines says that as of December 12, 2018, it will allow customers with peanut and tree nut allergies to… Read more »
Epinephrine Underused in Study, But Teens Proved Surprising Exception
A large study that looked at cases of anaphylaxis over seven years at nine emergency departments in Canada found that… Read more »
Sugary Drinks Tied to Asthma
Research suggests drinking lots of sugary drinks, such as apple juice, fruit drinks and soda can lead to the development… Read more »
Food Allergies and Hospitals: How to Be a Proactive Patient
This is a sidebar to Allergic Living’s main feature: Food Allergies and Hospitals: A Lack of Training and Reliable Systems… Read more »