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Called the iTube, a prototype device succeeds in accurately testing food for peanut allergen. Next up? Testing other allergens and gluten.
A new, multi-center study shows significant improvement in allergen tolerance following a long course of under-the-tongue allergy drops.
One-third of kids bullied because of allergies, but almost half of their parents were in the dark about it.
Magazine bolsters editorial strength and tackles the tough social challenges facing those with food allergies and celiac disease.
Exposure to high levels of a chemical used in chlorinating water may increase the risk of food allergy.
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.