If you felt a sense of trepidation after reading the results of the new LEAP-On follow-up study, you’re not alone – many people in the food allergy community are going through a bout of culture shock. There’s no denying that the results of 2015’s LEAP and this month’s LEAP-On are quite phenomenal – a 74… Read more »
A pharmaceutical approach to oral immunotherapy is a step closer to approval by the Food and Drug Administration. The treatment, called AR101, is being developed by a company called Aimmune Therapeutics. The company’s aim is to make people less allergic to peanuts by having them take a specially formulated peanut powder in increasing doses over… Read more »
Many patients with eczema go on to develop food allergies, a phenomenon often referred to as “the allergic march.”
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.
Bruce Kelly was 22 and had become lax about label warnings, his mother said.
Complaint says organizers refused to accommodate 10-year-old with severe food allergies.
Our intrepid travel writer offers his guidance on preparing for, flying to, and staying in Southern Africa when you have allergies.
Simon Katz, 16, of Littleton, Colorado had been celebrating homecoming.