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With every college campus offering at least one dining hall, are there enough choices to accommodate everyone? According... Read More
Doctors in the United Kingdom have been asked to recommend free or inexpensive smartphone apps to help their patients ma... Read More
A couple has filed a lawsuit against their child's school district, alleging that the district didn't do enough to accom... Read More
Gluten-free diets are a way to avoid the symptoms of gluten sensitivities or Celiac disease. However, new research sugge... Read More
This season, the Milwaukee Brewers are offering fans with peanut allergies a chance to enjoy major league baseball witho... Read More
17-year-old Danielle Mongeau, a Rhode Island resident with a nut allergy, is advocating for a new state law that would r... Read More
Could genetically modified ingredients be behind the dramatic rise in food allergy rates over the past two decades? Firs... Read More
In most cases, food allergies become apparent in childhood. However, it is possible for adults to experience sudden reac... Read More
The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network, or FAAN, recently announced that it has funded a study focusing on genetic c... Read More
Australia's VITAL system for allergen labeling was recently launched by the Allergen Bureau, according to Quality Assura... Read More

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