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Tag: children with food allergies
Food Allergy Anxiety Limits 1st Graders’ Social Lives, Survey Finds
A small survey affords a glimpse of the impact of food allergy on families with children just starting preschool or… Read more »
Development of EoE Linked with Eczema, Asthma and Food Allergy
Children with eczema, food allergy and asthma have a greater risk of developing eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) than those without the… Read more »
Caregivers Often Ignored Labels in Anaphylaxis Emergencies in Kids
A Canadian study examining the reasons for food anaphylaxis emergencies in kids reveals that one-third of food allergen exposures occurred… Read more »
FDA Approves Epinephrine Auto-Injector Designed for Babies, Small Kids
The FDA has approved the first-ever epinephrine auto-injector designed for infants and small children who weigh between 16.5 to 33… Read more »
Jimmy Kimmel on Teal Pumpkin Project: Hurting or Helping the Cause?
“This is a new Halloween thing I was just made aware of, do you know about the teal pumpkins?” Jimmy… Read more »
Genes Could Play a Role in Development of Peanut Allergy, Study Finds
Study zeroes in on specific gene linked to food allergies.
LEAP-On Study Shows Peanut Allergy Protection Endures
Study had at-risk children avoid peanuts for 12 months.
Parents Say MDs Often Not Providing Enough Epinephrine Guidance: Study
Parents of kids with food allergies say they aren’t being taught how and when to use epinephrine.
The Allergic Girl Who Saved Her Own Birthday Party
When her 8th birthday party was cancelled due to a food allergy risks, Mirella dug deep, stayed positive, and celebrated in her own special way. Read her inspiring story here.