Epitope testing has been shown in studies to be far more reliable in diagnosing peanut allergy than traditional skin or… Read more »
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New Peanut Allergy Test Reveals if Trace Amounts Risky or Not
Skin and blood tests to diagnose peanut allergy are known to have a high rate of false positives – as… Read more »
What You Need to Know About Food Allergy Testing and Diagnosis
Before you make big changes to your child’s diet or your own diet, it’s important to see an allergist for… Read more »
Report Recognizes Food Allergy as Health Priority, Urges Wide Epi Access, Better Labeling and Data
Sweeping report calls on FDA, CDC and other agencies to develop food allergy guidelines and expand training.
Peanut Patch Shows Progress in Kids in One-Year Findings
Almost half of youngsters could consume 10 times more peanut than at start of study.
Brave Pioneers: The Families in Food Allergy Trials
They’re the courageous food allergy parents and children testing therapies still in the experimental stages.
Peanut Patch Shows Promise For Treatment of Allergy
In trials, Viaskin Peanut allowed some participants to tolerate 10 times more peanut protein than at the outset.
Early Introduction of Peanut Protects Against Allergy, LEAP Study Finds
Chance of developing peanut allergy reduced 70 to 80 percent in high-risk babies. New guidelines expected.
Inside the Search for Chinese Herbal Food Allergy Treatments
Meet Dr. Ying Song, one of the researchers on the hunt for improved Chinese herbal food allergy treatments and the reason why they work.
Milk Allergic Kids Found Peanut Sensitive
Food allergy was a hot topic of research conversation at the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Clinical Immunology conference… Read more »