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Introducing Peanuts to Infants

Peanut allergies are a growing problem in the US among today’s children. However, according to the National Institute of health, exposing infants to peanuts early on may prevent the allergy. The new guidelines suggests adding peanut-containing foods to an...

Asthma Risk Increases with Winter

According to the WHO, over 150 million people suffer from Asthma around the world. One of the common Asthma triggers in the winter time is the cold weather. Lingering respiratory infections are also to blame for winter asthma attacks. These infections can trigger...

Treat Allergic Rhinitis and Improve ADHD

A new article out suggests that treating Allergic Rhinitis in patients can improve symptoms of ADHD. The study suggests that pediatric patients with allergic rhinitis had elevated symptoms of ADHD. However, their symptoms decreased with the treatment of their allergic...

Classroom Allergies

Classrooms are one of the best places to trigger allergy and asthma symptoms in patients. This according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. These symptoms can lead to a decrease in concentration and even affect a students sports performance....

Skin Patch For Food Allergies

With more and more cases each year, peanut allergies are increasing, especially among children. When present in children, it only takes a trace amount of the allergen to trigger a reaction. As a result, researchers are looking at new ways to combat this problem. In...

Peanut Allergies and Oral Immunotherapy

Children are diagnosed with a peanut allergies every year. Nearly 1.5% to 3% of children are affected globally. This type of allergy is becoming such a problem that schools have become “peanut-free” zones. Despite these zones, 19% of schools are reporting...