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Recent research suggests that children with autism spectrum disorder (or ASD) may benefit from a diet free from gluten a... Read More
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Peanut allergies are often among the most severe food allergies, and have the potential to trigger life-threatening reac... Read More
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The grocery store chain Whole Foods is experimenting with shopping carts powered by Kinect, the same technology that all... Read More
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The Viaskin® Peanut allergy patch recently received FDA “Fast Track” designation following encouraging safety test resul... Read More
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For many years, pediatricians have recommended delaying the feeding of potential allergens to toddlers. Mary Scott recei... Read More
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Adding to the debate of 'nature vs. nurture,' scientists are increasingly determining that environmental influences can... Read More
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In 2005, a student at Maryland's Hillcrest Elementary School was given a peanut butter sandwich at lunchtime by a cafete... Read More
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According to EMaxHealth, experts predict the 2012 spring allergy season to be one of the worst in recent years. If you s... Read More
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With every college campus offering at least one dining hall, are there enough choices to accommodate everyone? According... Read More
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Doctors in the United Kingdom have been asked to recommend free or inexpensive smartphone apps to help their patients ma... Read More

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