The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has declined to approve a novel epinephrine nasal spray to treat allergic reactions. Instead,… Read more »
Air travel causes widespread anxiety among passengers managing food allergies, according to a comprehensive new survey. Ninety-eight percent of 4,704… Read more »
If parents are willing to introduce peanut to a baby under six months old, they’re then far more likely also… Read more »
Among topics: rise of food allergies in kids and adults; fact vs. fiction; food allergy is so misunderstood.
Bullying is a well-known problem for many food-allergic kids. Research now shows that parents can be the targets of food… Read more »
Updated January 2022 – Discussions about systemic racial bias have gained prominence in the past few years, and health care… Read more »
Study finds families having to educate all – from professors to librarians, coaches and servers.
Studies differ on whether to test siblings of kids with food allergy – before introducing an allergenic food.
Too many kids and parents are consumed by food allergy stress. At last, mental health experts are finding answers to make allergies a much more livable diagnosis.
We reveal that there is plenty parents and peers can do to help allergic teens safely navigate the path to adulthood.