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Peanut Allergy Treatment: The Earlier, the Better
Exposure therapy for infants and toddlers leaves 4 out of 5 'desensitized,' study finds
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Cross-reactivity to fish and chicken meat - a new clinical syndrome.

"Fish and chicken meat are cross-reactive foods, both fish-allergic and chicken meat-allergic patients might be at risk of developing a food allergy to chicken meat or to fish, respectively. This clinical phenomenon is proposed to be termed 'fish-chicken syndrome'...
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Moms Start Allergy-Friendly Food Pantry for Families Who Can’t Afford Special Diets
Two Kansas moms started the nation's first allergy-friendly food pantry after they both financially struggled because of their kids’ allergies.
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Windgap Medical – making progress toward an alternative to the EpiPen
Windgap Medical is creating an auto-injectible device that sounds like a very good alternative to the EpiPen, they still just need to make it available.
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Vancouver teens’ smart cutlery tells users about food nutrition

"Their goal is to develop a line of smart cutlery that will use a technology called near-infrared spectrometry to alert users about the nutritional content in their food, as well as the presence of allergens, toxins and bacteria."
Sixteen-year-olds Madeleine Liu and Angela Wang invented Culitech, a mini-spectrometer that can also discover allergens, toxins and bacteria
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Celebrating Halloween This Year with A Teal Pumpkin
We have trick or treat aged children at our house so we are never home to hand out treats on Halloween. So last year we didn't participate in the FARE Teal Pumpkin Project. However, this year the board of our local food allergy group was manning a booth at a children's fair on October 3rd and ...
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We are fans of food art in our house!! Amazing creations....
Dad makes amazing toast sculptures for his daughter with severe food allergy
Having toast every day for breakfast can easily become boring but, when you've got a severe food allergy there is not always much else you can eat.
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New Gene Therapy Protects Against Peanut Allergy

"It appears that we've developed a drug that, with a single administration, might one day cure peanut allergy," said Dr. Ronald Crystal, chairman of Genetic Medicine and the Bruce Webster Professor of Internal Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine.
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Should We All Go Gluten-Free?
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Wow - another Epipen alternative in the pipeline
Minnesota Doctor Creates New, Smaller Epinephrine Device for Allergy Sufferers
A Twin Cities doctor has spearheaded the development of a new, smaller type of Epinephrine device. Epinephrine is commonly injected into someone suffering from anaphylaxis after an allergic reaction...
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We have always been fortunate to have a supportive school environment for our children with food allergies. The teachers in this article are amazing...
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Identifying siblings’ food allergy risk

"If parents are worried about allergies in a sibling, she recommends discussing concerns with an allergist and potentially following up any positive blood test or skin prick with a food challenge that can be performed safely in their office. “You can try it in a safe environment and make sure the child does or does not [have an allergy], so they can keep the food in their diet if possible.”
Parents of a child with a food allergy are often concerned that their other children are at high risk for allergies, and may take them to the doctor to be screened with a blood test or skin prick. Yet such siblings have only a slightly higher risk than the general population, about 13 percent compared with 8 percent, according to new research presented last week at the annual meeting of the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology in San ...
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