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How tick-related meat allergy has spread and progress towards a treatment.
Allergic Living’s updated chart on the allergy polices of 13 major air carriers.
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The Allergy BlogsTaking Celiac Seriously: 5 Helpful Strategies
Beyond Celiac President Alice Bast shares five highly helpful strategies to get the point across that gluten-free needs with celiac disease are of the utmost importance.Ask the Allergist: Why So Many Food Allergies Today?
Dr. Scott Sicherer on the many factors and theories behind this popular question.Finding the Positive Side of Food Allergies
Parenting Coach Gina Clowes reveals the positive benefits of a life with food allergies.
Ask the Allergist: Food Allergies and Asthma?
Dr. Clifford Bassett explains how those with food allergies may be at a higher risk of developing asthma symptoms.
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Report fails to grasp key anaphylaxis issues in the skies....
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Canadian Celiac Association has cross-contact concerns....
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New research into the workings of a rogue protein made by the ADAM33 gene may lead to asthma inhibitor medicines...
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Story Of The MonthCashew-Containing Kale Chip Teaches EMT That He's Not Invincible
An EMT with a severe allergy to nuts discovers the hard way that he’s not as invincible to anaphylaxis as he thought. Justin Zaslavsky and Dr. Ruchi Gupta at Northwestern Universisty share a story of lessons learned.