Along with clean teeth, a specially formulated toothpaste may help increase tolerance to peanut in those with peanut allergy, a… Read more »
In a small study, sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) was effective in desensitizing peanut-allergic toddlers, allowing 74 percent to consume 4,443 milligrams… Read more »
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European and American experts review what’s working and what’s not with allergy immunotherapy.