Search Results for: peanut-allergies
Young student Sydney Silverman has created an oral hygiene kit meant to ease the anxiety of that awkward, but necessary, conversation.
Peanut-allergic preschoolers who received peanut OIT were 19 times more likely to successfully add peanut-containing foods into their diets.
After a child receives a severe food allergy diagnosis, emotions tend to run high. Reader Sue Marchand shares her story.
As the growing ranks of the food-allergic know all too well, the only treatment for food allergies is strict avoidance of your allergens. But researchers are toiling in labs around the globe to develop therapies with the goal of desensitizing the allergic. New research out of Australia holds great promise. A study team announced in […]
Allergies to peanut are one of the most common and severe types of food allergies. When someone with a peanut allergy ingests peanuts, even a trace amount, that person is at risk of a severe allergic reaction, called anaphylaxis. An anaphylactic reaction includes more than one of the body’s systems, such as the respiratory tract, […]
Nine-year-old Isabella Uknis can do something her parents were told was impossible: she can eat half a peanut every day. Since she had an anaphylactic reaction to a peanut butter cracker at the age of 2, Isabella has been avoiding peanut. But that all changed when her mother, Kathy, saw a report on “Good Morning […]