New research suggests that when a child experiences anaphylaxis, either the severity of the allergic response or delay in getting epinephrine are key risk factors in whether the child will go on to have a biphasic (or secondary) anaphylactic reaction.
In a new study, only 16 percent of epinephrine users and 7 percent of inhaler users administered their medication perfectly.
Gina Mennett Lee offers advice on how to successfully negotiate a 504 plan to ensure that your child stays allergy safe at school.
Whether you’re new to food allergies or have been dealing with them for years, figuring out what is and isn’t in the food you find at the grocery store can be daunting.
These types of labels are voluntary and are not required under labelling regulations in Canada.
While advisory labels can be helpful to allergic consumers, they are voluntary and are not required under labeling regulations in United States.
The tricks to understanding package labels with food allergies.
Images of common tree nuts – examine them closely to learn what each type of nut looks like.
An Ohio study shows that fewer than half of parents and kids with nut allergies could correctly identify nuts in and out of the shell.
Dr. Phil Lieberman answers food allergy questions you’ve been wondering about, but haven’t had a chance to ask.