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Many Children Restricting Diets Unnecessarily Based on Incomplete Allergy Information


Researchers have shown that many children are unnecessarily avoiding foods based on incomplete information for blood and skin tests. Read more.

 

Food Allergies Raise Risk of Asthma Attacks


National survey identifies higher risk of food allergies among children, males, non-Hispanic blacks and people with asthma. Read more.

New Research Sheds Light on Pediatric Allergy Numbers


Pediatric Allergist Dr. David Fleischer spoke with NBC Nightly News about a new study that estimates more than 6 million American children suffer from food allergies.

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"We Never Say NeverTM" Campaign Launches


New national marketing campaign highlights commitment to finding solutions where others have not. Read more. Watch commercial.

Can Text Messaging Improve Medication Adherence?


Text messaging and adolescents don’t always mix well, but researchers at National Jewish Health hope text messages can spur teenagers to take their asthma medications more reliably. Read more.

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