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Eczema Treatment Hailed as Breakthrough

In this exclusive article from Allergic Living magazine, meet Dr. Emma Guttman-Yassky, who championed a new biological drug for eczema called dupilumab. You’ll also meet her patients, who speak of being freed of relentless itch and sleeplessness. They find the therapy downright miraculous.

Learn why there’s also hope for this drug in food allergy, nasal polyps and asthma, too. read 


Probiotics, OIT and Hype

Headlines have proclaimed the results of a study that combined oral immunotherapy and probiotics a possible peanut allergy “cure”.

Not so fast, say three leading researchers. Their “Reality Check” finds the claims simply don’t hold up to scientific scrutiny. read


Living Gluten-Free 

• 15 Questions Answered 
Celiac disease and weight, gluten and kissing, and more. Experts demystify the condition. read

• How Does Celiac Start?
Beyond Celiac looks at the study of babies to determine how celiac develops. Parents: the study is still recruiting. read

Navigate Halloween Safely

Make FARE’s new online home your Halloween headquarters: Food Allergy Research & Education’s redesigned Foodallergy.org website is now easier to read and navigate on all devices.

Find resources for every step of your food allergy journey, plus safe trick-or-treating with Teal Pumpkin Project© 2017!


Living Green & Healthy

We locate 4 stunning properties to illustrate how superb design can mesh seamlessly with cleaner air and greener living.

Fun fact: One home’s heating system uses about the same amount of electricity as a hair dryer. read



First peanut allergy prevention claims allowed for baby food labels
No anaphylaxis in 98% of oral food challenges: study.
FDA: Pfizer ignored complaints about EpiPen misfires. 
My job as a barista was an eye-opener to unexpected cross-contact risks.
Guilty plea in peanut butter-smearing case.

See inside the Fall magazine. 
Now on Newsstands:
Allergic Living Fall 2017!

• Cover Exclusive: Allergies & the Hospital ­– You’d think hospitals are a safe space for patients with food allergies. Yet as our investigation reveals, far too often, that’s just not the case. 

 Campus Life, With Allergies  Students with allergen and gluten restrictions spill on their best and toughest college experiences. 

• Fall Favorite Recipes ­ Allergy chefs Joel and Mary Schaefer show how to whip up Top 8-free pumpkin doughnuts, poutine, pizza and more. Plus, healthful cauliflower dishes and allergy-friendly Apple and Pear Crisp. 

 Vaping & Asthma ­ E-cigarette use is soaring in teens. But are the devices safer than tobacco for those with asthma? 

Look for the Fall magazine at Barnes & Noble – before it’s sold out!
In Canada, available at select Chapters/Indigo stores.


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