New legislation provides for training with epinephrine auto-injectors and liability protection.
An immune ‘signature’ found in newborns’ cord blood may be sign of increased food allergy risk.
Parents of kids with food allergies say they aren’t being taught how and when to use epinephrine.
Tom and Holly Gores’ donation will lead to more programs for pediatric food allergy patients.
Novel legislation helpful since pharmacy likely closest in an emergency.
Allergy Eats app redesign allows users to customize results according to their allergens.
Complaint says organizers refused to accommodate 10-year-old with severe food allergies.
A negative test to one citrus fruit doesn’t rule out allergies to others, says Dr. Jason K. Lee.
Canadians should “immediately return all Allerjects,” says Sanofi Canada.
The Canadian airline WestJet has announced it is not carrying epinephrine auto-injectors in its medical kits