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This article tells about the success that Dr. Kari Nadeau, an M.D./Ph.D. and an associate professor of allergies and immunology at Stanford University School of Medicine and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, is having with her research on oral immunology of simultaneous foods. [From: NYTimes Magazine, March 7, 2013.]

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Parents are more concerned than ever about food allergies – and rightly so. Between 1997 and 2007, food allergy diagnoses were up 18 percent, according to the Centers for Disease Control. And it’s no surprise that some pregnant or breastfeeding moms are concerned that what they’re eating could increase their child’s risk of developing an allergy. [From: "New mom alert: What you need to know about food allergies," Fox News, Nov 28, 2012.]
 

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Researchers trying to find a way to treat multiple sclerosis think they’ve come up with an approach that could not only help patients with MS, but those with a range of so-called autoimmune diseases, from type-1 diabetes to psoriasis, and perhaps even food allergies. [From "New approach could treat MS, other autoimmune diseases," Vitals on NBCNEWS.com, Nov 18, 2012.]

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Don't let food allergies scare your family out of suiting up in that nylon Batman costume, or partaking in a jack-o-lantern contest this Halloween. [From: "Trick-or-Treat but Hold the Wheat," abc news Health, Oct 26, 2009.]

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A genetically modified cow that produces milk less likely to cause allergic reactions has been engineered by New Zealand scientists. [From: "GM cows make 'low allergy' milk," BBC News Health, Oct 2, 2012.]

 

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