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Study Says Drug Allergies More Likely in These Patients

By March 11, 2016

Antibiotics accounted for 7 of the top 14 drug classes patients are allergic to, according to a new study of electronic health records (EHR) published in the journal Allergy.

Does Early Peanut Consumption Provide Sustained Protection Against Peanut Allergy?

By March 07, 2016

Further evidence has emerged to reinforce previous research that early peanut consumption in at-risk infants can prevent the onset of allergies over the long-term.

Vit D-Rich Foods May Help Reduce Allergy Risk in Offspring

By February 11, 2016

Eating more foods containing vitamin D— but not supplemental vitamin D— during pregnancy was related to a lower risk of development in allergies in children, a study led by Mount Sinai researchers showed.

Is Immunotherapy Effective for Elderly Patients with Allergic Rhinitis?

By February 09, 2016

According to a new study, immunotherapy for allergy sufferers reduced symptoms by 55% after 3 years and reduced the amount of medication needed for symptom relief by 64%.