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Food allergy, celiac and asthma coverage from a dedicated team of journalists.
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Allergic Living 4h
OK, but read Dr. S, he does use seafood as an example of airborne.
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Brian Vickery 9h
(Pardon the brief interruption of regularly scheduled programming) As an MD who has devoted my career to improving outcomes for kids with food , I want to amplify this message from to , & : ⬆️research funding!
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Dr. Dave Stukus 15h
Rates of have increased over past 20+ years. This impacts children & adults of all races & backgrounds, negatively impacting their lives. A cure is not available...yet. ask to support foodallergy research in the FY21 DoD & Labor/HHS approps bills
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Allergic Living 11h
.'s Caroline Moassessi is serving up a "kitchen rethink for times" with shopping and cooking tips, tricks for food sourcing and cooking strategically, recipes and emergency preparedness.  Everything you need, right here:
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AAAAI 17h
Today we invite you to participate in our Virtual Advocacy Day. Our issues are: food allergy research funding; the School-Based Allergies & Asthma Management Program Act (H.R. 2468), & expanding access to telemedicine beyond COVID-19.
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FARE | #FoodAllergyAwarenessWeek 11h
EXCITING NEWS: We just announced the expansion of the FARE Clinical Network! These changes are all part of our greater goal to enhance state-of-the-art patient care and for the community. Read more:
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Lianne Mandelbaum 12h
Invaluable advice here
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Allergic Living 16h
We are living through historic times. These are also stressful times. psychologists Linda Herbert and Ashley Ramos offer expert advice to help keep general anxiety and anxiety in check:
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Richmond Allergy 18h
is a , but the sneaky symptoms are often mistaken for a viral or bacterial illness! Blood and skin tests can't diagnose FPIES, but a physician can. Read more about it from >>>
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Lianne Mandelbaum Jun 2
Most people do not realize not all ambulances carry epinephrine -this is a problem
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Allergic Living Jun 2
"My wife asked the [ambulance] driver if they had epinephrine in case I needed more. He told her 'no'. At this point, I was genuinely scared."
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AllerGen Network Jun 1
Congrats not only to all the poster prizewinners, but to all the kids who submitted their wonderful posters, & to all the CHILD families whose commitment to the Study is helping kids to live healthier lives. THANK YOU!
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Hilary's Eat Well Jun 1
Where meets stomach friendly! 😍❤️
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Lianne Mandelbaum Jun 1
If you are confused as to WHY you SHOULD be concerned about the new label policy then this deep dive from is a MUST read
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Allergic Living Jun 1
Replying to @AllergyFreeCT
Interesting, and covered in Dr. Sicherer's detailed answer. He makes clear: proximity, sensitivity, asthma and other factors all count. Inert food, unlikely.
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Allergic Living Jun 1
Under the FDA's new temporary labeling policy, Top 8 allergens can’t be substituted. But there’s an outpouring of concern from families and advocates about label transparency, non-Top 8 allergens and more. Allergic Living dives into the issues:
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Allergic Living Jun 1
The and its 3,500 participants contributed much to our understanding of , . The heroes of the study? The kids who grew up in it. Now, see the Top 5 winners of their inspired poster contest: Congrats to all.
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Allergic Living Jun 1
Q: Our allergist says airborne reactions are rare, usually occurring with steam from seafood. But on social media, parents often say their children have airborne reactions to nuts or milk. 🤔 clarifies the risks of airborne reactions:
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Qian Yuan, MD, PhD Jun 1
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Allergic Living Jun 1
Replying to @TracyBNutrimom
Well, they do include GF oatmeal.
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