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Re: Three-Injection Immunotherapy for Grass Pollen Well Tolerated in Teens

kandicejo ·
This is fascinating! I'm going to read up more about it.
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Three-Injection Immunotherapy for Grass Pollen Well Tolerated in Teens

Kids With Food Allergies ·
Three ultrasound guided lymph node injections safe in teens   (Press Release)   Houston, TX – Researchers have new evidence that grass-pollen allergies can be safely treated using American extracts injected into a lymph node...
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Soy Allergy Alerts - Blue Grass Quality Meats Cajun Style Turkey and Pork Products

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Blue Grass Quality Meats Recalls Pork and Turkey Products due to Misbranding and Undeclared Allergens Class II Recall Release: 118-2019 Health Risk: Low Date: Nov 29, 2019 Congressional and Public Affairs Emmanuel Olufotebi (202) 720-9113 FSISpress@usda.gov WASHINGTON, Nov. 29, 2019 – Blue Grass Quality Meats, an Erlanger, Ky. establishment, is recalling approximately 121,083 pounds of pork bacon and ready-to-eat turkey products due to misbranding and undeclared allergens, the U.S.
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Understanding Oral Allergy Syndrome

Kids With Food Allergies ·
Did you know a pollen allergy can be responsible for a type of food allergy? If your child complains about an itchy mouth or throat after eating certain fruits or vegetables, their symptoms may actually be related to a pollen allergy. This is called oral allergy syndrome (OAS) . It is also sometimes called pollen-food allergy syndrome (PFAS). Symptoms of Oral Allergy Syndrome With OAS, your child may have some of these symptoms after eating certain raw fruits, vegetables, seeds, or nuts:...
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Re: Understanding Oral Allergy Syndrome

Penny Wright ·
How grateful I am to read this article today! Just last night, my 3 yr old granddaughter, who has severe allergies to sunflower, nuts (except almonds) dairy, eggs, peas, etc, ate an unpeeled fresh peach. She had a bit of redness around her chin in spots, but no swelling of the lips, tongue, eyes or mouth. She had these little coughs so we watched her closely to make sure it didn't turn into anaphylaxis. Before bed, she takes .5 mil of zyrtec for seasonal allergies and she was only 30 minutes...
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Re: Understanding Oral Allergy Syndrome

Kathy P ·
So glad that reaction resolved quickly. Any reaction, no matter how slight, should be followed up with her doctor. They are the best person to advise on next steps like trying peaches peeled or even canned peaches to see if that is tolerated. My daughter has OAS and her reactions do vary by the pollen season as well as whether the fruit is peeled/cooked.
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