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Peanut Allergy Cured in Majority of Children in Immunotherapy Trial   The Lancet · August 15, 2017 Original Article  2YouStockPhoto/Shutterstock.com Background Oral immunotherapy has attracted much interest as a potential treatment for food allergy, yet little is known about its long-term effects. We aimed to assess long-term outcomes in participants who completed a randomised, ... Read More

TAGS     ppoit,  peanut,  allergy,  sublingual,  immunotherapy,  probiotic,  peanut oral immunotherapy
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Since 2015, the American Academy of Pediatrics has recommended early introduction of peanuts to reduce risk of developing peanut allergies.  The latest guidelines by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases reflects this recommendation.  The new guidelines, published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (2017.doi:10.1016/j.jaci.2016.10.010), are due to findings from the Learning  ... Read More

TAGS     peanut,  food,  feeding solids,  feeding your baby,  America Academy of Pediatrics,  lake country,  lake country pediatrics,  allergy,  allergies,  food allergies,  infants
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Probiotic News

Did you know…. Did you know that probiotics have far reaching health benefits besides just digestive health? The digestive benefits of probiotics are well documented,  but  probiotics  can also reduce allergies and even behavioral symptoms! Probiotics are known to help diarrhea.  Newer studies indicate probiotics even reduce the risk of rotavirus—the nasty diarrhea that wrecks havoc ... Read More

TAGS     probiotics,  allergies,  eczema,  peanut allergies,  rotavirus,  diarrhea,  neurobehavioral,  autism spectrum disorders,  toxins,  gut,  natural barrier
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Advances in the Identification of Peanut Allergies! Peanut allergies have increased 18% from 1997-2007. The common laboratory skin and peanut specific IgE have a high sensitivity but low, resulting in many false positive results. A relatively new test  can identify  patients who are at highest risk of anaphylaxis to peanut allergy versus  those who have just a sensitivity reaction. ImmunoCAP ... Read More

TAGS     peanut,  allergies,  sublingual therapy,  sublingual drops,  anaphylaxis
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