Food Allergy Blog

Food Allergy Blog

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Giving My Child Benadryl: What’s The Right Dosage Of Benadryl For My Child?

Benadryl can help with your child’s mild allergy symptoms, as long as you give the right dose. Learn how to identify and give the safe dose of Benadryl. If your child has mild food allergy symptoms, or mild environmental allergy symptoms, the right dose of Benadryl can help relieve these symptoms. But if your childContinue reading “Giving My Child Benadryl: What’s The Right Dosage Of Benadryl For My Child?”

FASTER Act Signed Into Law: What This Means For Food Allergy Research, Management, And Prevention

In April 2021, the FASTER Act became law. Learn the advances this law puts into place for food allergy management, research, and prevention. In April of 2021, President Joe Biden signed the FASTER Act into law. This landmark food allergy law recognizes sesame as the ninth top allergen, and requires it to be labeled likeContinue reading “FASTER Act Signed Into Law: What This Means For Food Allergy Research, Management, And Prevention”

Food Allergy Prevention: Q&A with Chief of Pediatrics Dr. Matthew

Dr. Andrew Matthew, Los Robles Medical Center’s Chief of Pediatrics, answers your most-asked questions about introducing your baby to allergens. What do you tell parents about food allergy prevention? Parents often tell me they’re not worried about food allergies because it’s not in their family. This is a common misconception – most kids with food allergiesContinue reading “Food Allergy Prevention: Q&A with Chief of Pediatrics Dr. Matthew”

The APPEAL-2 Study: Peanut Allergy Significantly Impacts Quality Of Life

Learn what the findings from the APPEAL-2 study reveal about quality-of-life impacts of living with a peanut allergy, for both peanut allergic children and their caregivers.  Peanut allergy is one of the most common childhood food allergies, and it is usually lifelong. And compared to other food allergies, peanut  allergies more commonly cause severe orContinue reading “The APPEAL-2 Study: Peanut Allergy Significantly Impacts Quality Of Life”

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