In a long-term follow-up study, oral immunotherapy (OIT) patients who were treated for up to five food allergies were able to maintain a high level of desensitization to their allergens, even those taking very low “doses” of their allergens.
Many patients with eczema go on to develop food allergies, a phenomenon often referred to as “the allergic march.”
If you prefer holiday treats without food, here are some perfect sweet alternatives. Allergy-friendly and cute as can be, these make great gifts or party favors, and they are sure to keep little hands busy long enough to let you enjoy the celebrations. Available in the United States and Canada EggNots Whether dyed, painted, made… Read more »
Better hop to it! With Easter coming early this year, it’s time time to stock up on allergy-friendly chocolate bunnies, candy eggs and sugary chicks. Kids will stop at nothing searching for these tempting treats on Easter morning. Note: Always read labels to make sure ingredients haven’t changed. Available in the United States and Canada… Read more »
Consumer survey shows many take risks with ‘may contain’ allergen labels.
Study had at-risk children avoid peanuts for 12 months.
Have you or someone you know had a severe food-allergic reaction as an adult, completely out of the blue? In this webinar produced for FARE, Allergic Living’s editor Gwen Smith delves into the details of living with adult-onset food allergies. From the steep learning curve over how to eat and socialize safely, to the confusion of friends… Read more »
Food allergy advocate Lianne Mandelbaum’s powerful story.
Kaléo has yet to determine the future of the Auvi-Q and Allerject auto-injector.
They’re the courageous food allergy parents and children testing therapies still in the experimental stages.