Researchers from Denmark have developed a device that can help “block” hay fever symptoms.
A new treatment for ragweed allergy saw symptoms and medication use reduced by 43 percent.
A history of penicillin allergy results in 10 percent more days in hospital, and greater potential for severe infections.
A new study has found that overall allergy prevalence is the same across different regions of the U.S.
Two studies focused on peanut OIT have found possible answers to key research questions.
A new study finds peanut-free schools may be using epinephrine five times more often than schools without a peanut policy.
Two Nevada students have received life-saving shots of epinephrine since the passing of the state’s stock epinephrine bill in 2013.
A new study has proven for the first time that oral immunotherapy for peanut can provide lasting beneficial results.
Canada has approved its second under-the-tongue tablet for treating grass allergy.
Research from the 2013 meeting of the ACAAI suggests living in the South can increase a child’s risk of hay fever.