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  • Diverse and mature microbiota linked to less allergy-related wheezing and asthma in early childhood

    Babies and young children with more mature communities of bacteria present in their gut are less likely to develop allergy-related wheezing or asthma

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  • How hay fever treatments actually work, and what's best for your symptoms

    Hay fever (also known as allergic rhinitis) is caused when an allergen enters the nose or eyes.

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  • FDA grants priority review to omalizumab in treatment of food allergy

    The FDA has accepted a supplemental biologics application for the use of omalizumab to reduce allergic reactions due to accidental exposure in patients aged 1 year and older with at least one food allergy, according to a press release.

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  • Clinical trial data suggests prenatal vitamin D reduces a child`s risk of asthma

    A new review paper from Brigham and Women's Hospital investigators strengthens the link between vitamin D levels during pregnancy and childhood wheezing and asthma in offspring. The researchers published their review paper in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.

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  • New guidelines released for practitioners treating anaphylaxis and atopic dermatitis

    Two new practice parameters from the Joint Task Force for Practice Parameters (JTFPP) offer evidence-based recommendations for the diagnosis and management of anaphylaxis and atopic dermatitis (AD) in pediatric and adult patients.

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  • Injected Xolair therapy could prevent food allergies in kids

    A new treatment appears to reduce food allergies in children and teens, according to interim clinical trial results.

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  • Updated guidelines issued for management of anaphylaxis

    In a practice parameter update published online Dec. 17 in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, new guidelines are presented for the diagnosis and management of anaphylaxis.

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  • Atopic dermatitis, other allergic illnesses in children may be inherited from mothers

    Children were 59% more likely to have atopic dermatitis if their mothers had atopic dermatitis. Similar patterns were observed concerning other allergic illnesses.

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