According to allergy law experts, the verdict means that when it comes to allergy lawsuits, “the scales are tipped in the airline’s favor.”
Findings are a part of the massive CHILD Study.
The recommendations aim to help physicians implement LEAP findings while formal guidelines are still in the works.
What happens when you can’t afford ‘safe’ food for an allergic child?
New data shows how few in the population know what to do when anaphylaxis strikes.
False positive tests blamed, as CFIA rescinds March recalls of ground cumin products for undeclared almonds.
May 16-17 Long Beach, CA event includes researchers, allergists, community advocates, chefs and more.
This is the second time in the past decade that a food allergy has been transferred via blood transfusion.
The outlook for effective food allergy testing is growing brighter.