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New research published in Food and Chemical Toxicology shows that consumers find the allergy labels on foods to be confu... Read More
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The New York Jaffe Food Allergy Institute, a part of Mount Sinai Hospital, found that one in 70 children has a peanut al... Read More
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Researchers at the University of Notre Dame have been working on an inhibitory therapeutic system for Type I hypersensi... Read More
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The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is investigating why food allergy rates in the Washington, D.C. and Maryland areas... Read More
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Before Thomas Winston was a year old, his parents knew he had food intolerances manifesting as eczema and severe dermati... Read More
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Although the rate of food allergies in the U.S. and worldwide is going up quickly, statistics still show that the likeli... Read More
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Unlike most food allergies, bee stings are tough for people who are allergic to them to avoid. Individuals with bee stin... Read More
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An Illinois father of a girl with tree nut allergies has designed a kit that dispenses EpiPens, the popular epinephrine... Read More
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Allergen Research Corp, a startup company based in California, has raised $17 million in Series A funding to get its im... Read More
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A study published in Pediatrics found that delaying solid foods in infants until at least 17 weeks of age and continuin... Read More

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