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The test usually used to detect milk proteins in processed food may not work accurately with all foods, sometimes missin... Read More
The Just Label It Campaign (JLI) announced this week that a million Americans have shown support for stronger labeling r... Read More
eBay recently moved to ban global sales of the artificial sweetener Sorbitol following the death of a 28-year-old woman... Read More
Dr. Bill Frankland, a renowned allergist – and Britain's oldest active scientist -- recently celebrated his 100th birthd... Read More
Those who grow up in rural areas, such as on farms, are less likely to be afflicted by immune system ailments like asthm... Read More
Last week, the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN) announced the winners of the 16th Annual Mariel C. Furlong... Read More
A recent article in the Canadian Medical Association Journal was written by a Toronto doctor who warns that some food al... Read More
If you have a food allergy, you may not realize that the item to which you're allergic may be found in more than just fo... Read More
Australian researchers have recently developed a new way of conducting peanut allergy tests that promises to be less inv... Read More
For many years, dairy-free, wheat-free, and gluten-free foods were considered specialty items, and weren't found on many... Read More

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