Food Allergies Less Severe in Infants: Study
Title: Food Allergies Less Severe in Infants: Study Category: Health News Created: 7/17/2018 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 7/18/2018 12:00:00 AM
13 hours ago - Medicine Net - 2 articles
Portland French Bakery Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Soy in Seattle Sourdough Pub Buns and Franz Premium Pub Buns
Portland French Bakery of Portland, OR is recalling 26,635 units of Seattle Sourdough Pub Bun 6pk and 8,022 units of Franz Premium Pub Buns 12pk, because it may contain...
17 hours ago - FDA
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‘Perfect Parents' Of The Internet, Step Away From Your Keyboards
If you're blaming a 15-year-old for her own allergy death, you should step away from your keyboard. A 15-year-old girl died after mistaking peanut Chips Ahoy packaging for nut...
1 day ago - Scary Mommy - 2 articles
After girl's peanut allergy death, mom warns about food packaging
The 15-year-old was at a friend's house when an opened cookie box led to a “horrible mistake.”
1 day ago - NBC News - 2 articles
New Genetic Risk Factors for Hay Fever Identified
Hay fever, type of allergy commonly affecting millions of people. In this study, researchers identify new risk genes for hay fever.
1 day ago - Medindia Health - 2 articles
What to do if a baby has an allergic reaction
Allergic reactions are common in babies and may occur as a result of irritants, bug bites, certain foods, or underlying skin conditions. Allergies can cause various rashes...
1 day ago - Medical News Today - 2 articles
Can Dogs Keep Kids from Getting Allergies?
Scientists believe the results say it's likely that dogs make bacteria in the home and the body more diverse, and therefore help strengthen the immune system.
1 day ago - Web MD
Mom blames teen's death on packaging for peanut cookies
A South Florida mother says her 15-year-old daughter with a peanut allergy died after mistakenly eating a chewy Reese's Chips Ahoy cookie
2 days ago - ABC News - 2 articles
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People who drink a cup of coffee first thing eat less breakfast
The findings clarify long-held but unqualified beliefs that coffee suppresses appetite, or that it aids metabolism - which has led to a boom in caffeine dietary supplements...
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Water: The Key to Understanding Sweetness
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Strategies to Reduce Sugar-sweetened Beverage Consumption in Young Children
Consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages have been linked to weight gain and other negative health effects, particularly in young children. It is important to identify...