New research adds to the growing body of evidence that suggests infants who are born via Caesarian section are more likely to develop allergies later in life.
FOOD Allergies, EoE, Autism, Asthma, Celiac Disease and Eczema all have mast cell issues in common. There is a huge need for research into food allergy and its relationship with these other diseases. You have probably heard of most of these diagnoses except for maybe a new diagnosis called Mast Cell Disorder.
The School Access to Emergency Epinephrine Act has reached the U.S. Senate. Here’s how to support it.
The Discovery Channel will air a full hour documentary on food allergies as a growing public health issue on September 7.
Thirteen-year-old Natalie Giorgi was camping with a group of families in Sacramento, California when she ate a single bite of a Rice Krispies square. The peanut-allergic teen thought it tasted “funny”, and spat it out. The taste turned out to be peanut butter. At first Natalie didn’t show any symptoms and her mother gave her […]
A study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology suggests that babies who eat more homemade and fresh foods are less likely to develop allergies later in life. For the study, researchers from the U.K. examined the food diaries kept by mothers of both allergic and non-allergic infants. All of the babies in […]
FARE Walks for Food Allergy are a great way to meet new friends while raising money for a great cause. This September, there are many walks occurring all over the United States. See the chart below for a walk near you. September 2013 FARE Walks: Houston, TX September 7, 2013 Utica, NY September 8, 2013 […]
There has been a lot of talk in the food allergy community about the new The Smurfs 2 movie because of a certain scene involving peanut allergy.
New research suggests that giving antibiotics to babies under the age of 12 months significantly increases
New research confirms that those with shellfish allergy are not more likely to react to radiocontrast material used to improve clarity