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Some people are allergic to specific types of fish and even certain species, according to recent studies. A group of sci... Read More
Idaho lawmakers are now considering legislation that would permit schools to keep epinephrine injectors on hand, without... Read More
Three mothers of children with food allergies got together to form an alliance called the Food Allergy Network. The grou... Read More
New research published in Food and Chemical Toxicology shows that consumers find the allergy labels on foods to be confu... Read More
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
Researchers at the University of Notre Dame have been working on an inhibitory therapeutic system for Type I hypersensi... Read More
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is investigating why food allergy rates in the Washington, D.C. and Maryland areas... Read More
Before Thomas Winston was a year old, his parents knew he had food intolerances manifesting as eczema and severe dermati... Read More
Although the rate of food allergies in the U.S. and worldwide is going up quickly, statistics still show that the likeli... Read More
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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