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“This is a massive research project which will have far reaching consequences for consumers and food producers,” said professor Clare Mills of the University of Manchester
In the course of a week, two young people have had their lives cut short due to food-allergic reactions.
It appears many parents are intentionally exposing their food-allergic children to their triggers, against medical advice.
When Dr. Mehmet Oz hosted a segment on his TV show in February about counterfeit extra-virgin olive oil, he was mad.
Children with food allergies have been found to have lower weight and height than their non-allergic counterparts.
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.