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Seven recent developments involving food allergy

October 24, 2014

Recent food allergy studies determined a risk for decreased growth for children with milk allergy, as well as the roles of interleukin-10 in a natural tolerance to egg allergy and interleukin-9 in differentiating peanut allergy from peanut sensitivity.

The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology has reported the influenza vaccine is safe for children with egg allergies, and it recommended the vaccine for those children. Here are highlights of recent developments presented on Allergy/Immunology:

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Parents lacked knowledge of concussions

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SAN DIEGO — Parents often lack knowledge about mild traumatic brain injuries, according to two studies presented at the 2014 AAP National Conference and…
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Gestational diabetes in mothers increased childhood obesity risk in daughters

October 24, 2014
Girls exposed to elevated glucose levels, particularly gestational diabetes, while in utero are at an increased risk for obesity in childhood, according to research…
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Hypoallergenic formula benefited children with food protein-induced GI allergy

October 24, 2014
Young children with food protein-induced gastrointestinal allergy not on a hypoallergenic formula did not receive micronutrient requirements, according to recent study…
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A 16-Year-Old Female with Anemia and a Dropping Platelet Count

Pediatric Annals, September 2014, Volume 43 Issue 9
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Keck School of Medicine of USC and Pediatric Annals

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Pediatric physical therapist talks emerging trends in treatment and rehabilitation of ACL injuries

October 23, 2014
DEAL, N.J. — Maureen C. Suhr, PT, DPT, PCS, talks about the emerging trends in treatment and rehabilitation of…
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