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An alarming 63 percent of adults at risk of anaphylaxis do not always carry an auto-injector with them.
Researchers have found a high rate of allergic reactions in infants, with some being babies being “knowingly” fed an allergen.
Allergy advocates are upset that Quebec City day camps will only help a child to self-inject in an allergy emergency.
A new allergy site is collecting videotaped stories of nut or peanut reactions during flights, which will be shared at an airlines conference.
Children living in U.S. cities are much more likely to have food allergies than kids in rural areas, according to a large study published in Pediatrics.
You, too, can support the cause. In the U.S. get your state to make a proclamation. In Canada, join a food allergy walk
An Ohio study shows that fewer than half of parents and kids with nut allergies could correctly identify nuts in and out of the shell.
A large study of Australian kids finds persuasive evidence that sun exposure may help to ward off both food allergies and eczema.
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.