Your food allergy increases your risk for an asthma attack



What do kids, men and African-Americans have in common? Well, they are the segments of the American population who are highly susceptible to food allergies. Recent estimates by an NIH-funded … [Read more...]


Eggs, milk and peanuts: how your allergies connect



Milk and egg allergies today, peanut allergy tomorrow? This could well be, according to findings reported in May issue of the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. The study was conducted by a … [Read more...]


How to avoid food allergies at Christmas time



Christmas time is feasting time. Unfortunately it can also be allergy time. As we attend one party after another, trying out food we normally we do not eat at home, we are exposed to allergens in the … [Read more...]


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