There have long been concerns about whether some prescription meds contain gluten. NFCA has launched a survey to get answers.
A large study of Australian kids finds persuasive evidence that sun exposure may help to ward off both food allergies and eczema.
A new survey finds that women with celiac disease are more prone to depression and disordered eating than most people.
Following the allergy-asthma death of a 6-year-old, a coalition forms around a vital goal: the creation of Megann’s Law in Quebec.
Two Senators have put forward a bill that would lead to a “stock” epinephrine auto-injectors in schools across the U.S.
A Quebec coroner lays no blame in the death of a 6-year old who died of asthma attack or food reaction at school.
Excerpts from newly released audio tapes with Jackie Kennedy fuel the belief that her husband John F. Kennedy suffered symptoms of celiac disease.
President Obama has chosen to delay a new National Air Quality Standard for ground level ozone – a move that jeopardizes the health of millions of Americans with asthma and other respiratory conditions.
Health Canada has finally released the findings of its public consultation about “may contain” allergen and gluten warnings.
The CTA agreed to Air Canada’s request that food can’t be guaranteed nut-free within one of its allergy buffer zones.