Researchers have come up with a new wearable patch for skin that claims to treat children and young adults with peanut allergy, finds a study.
Doctors said Thursday they could treat peanut allergy by feeding children the very thing their bodies reject, so building tolerance that could save a life in case of accidential ingestion.Small doses of peanut powder taken ...
Infants who are peanut-sensitised or have peanut allergy are not necessarily allergic, suggests a new study.
Parents may be able to reduce the chance that their children will develop peanut allergies by introducing the food early on, as young as four to six months of age, experts now say.
Food allergy may be a common condition but only those who go through it can understand how it wreaks havoc on your health and upsets your daily eating habits.
Exposing children to a small, regular dose of an allergen (in this case peanut) in a real-world setting (outside of a clinical trial) is effective in reducing the risk of allergic reactions.
Soon, a simple blood test may be able to tell whether a person's allergy for peanuts has totally been shut off. Until now, doctors could not test whether patients who had completed immunotherapy for peanut ...
The world of science bears a happy news for those who are allergic to peanuts. According to a latest study published in the journal Food and Bioprocess Technology, scientists have successfully experimented to remove 80 ...
The findings suggest that parents should get their asthmatic kids tested for peanut allergy too.
A study was recently conducted to ascertain if preschoolers who are allergic to peanuts could be given oral immunotherapy (OIT) to build their immunity.