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05/16/2013
...than babies born during summer and fall. Remember that an “increased risk” does not mean that high pollen exposure causes asthma and hay fever. Many babies born in winter and spring DO NOT develop those allergies. Also, many babies born in summer and fall DO develop them. However, these findings suggest that being exposed to high amounts of pollen during the specific window of 0-6 months of age may contribute, along with various other environmental...
12/20/2012
...conclude that stinkbugs represent a new “clinically significant indoor allergen.” Because stinkbugs are spreading fast and are often seen in high numbers, they may play an increasing role in allergies in the coming years. Especially as other allergens increase in the fall, including ragweed and fungi, it will be important for allergists to be aware that stinkbugs may be causing symptoms instead of other, more recognized allergens. Allergists could soon be asking their patients whether...
Reimbursement
08/08/2017
The health insurance landscape can be confusing. At Neocate, we offer a free reimbursement service that can help you find the Neocate product access and coverage so your child can thrive. This service is called Nutricia Navigator and it helps you do just that,...
11/24/2015
...As you may have heard, we rolled out our improved Neocate Infant in fall of 2013 in the United States! We were excited to roll it out as it has many improvements over the last version of Neocate Infant. One of those is the fact that we took out the soy oil in the Neocate Infant product. We used to get lots of questions about the use of soy oil in infant formulas, and...
...not drink more than 2 oz at a time. Her Pediatrician started tracking her weight, height and head circumference. Allie continued to fall off the growth chart. When we introduced solid foods at 6 months old, we knew immediately that something was wrong because Allie would never eat more than a quarter of a jar of baby food. We met with numerous local pediatricians and nobody could figure out why Allie wouldn’t eat. Our family...
06/21/2012
...Increasingly we are hearing about health issues related to gluten. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, rye, and oats. We often receive calls from parents inquiring whether Neocate is gluten free (which it is!). Why the increased concern? Researchers are now discovering that there is a wider spectrum of reactions to gluten than was initially thought. Gluten reactions used to fall into two categories: a gluten or wheat allergy(Ig-E mediated) or celiac...
03/18/2010
...“The Food Allergy Camp Team meets individually with your family to respond to your child’s needs. Our goal is to ensure that your child is able to eat safely and enjoyably at Camp Emerson. We want your child to feel like ‘everyone else’ in the dining hall.” Another such camp is The Center for Courageous Kids. This camp, located in Scottsville, Kentucky, has different themes throughout the summer and fall, each catering to a specific...
8 Common Signs and Symptoms of a Cow Milk Allergy
05/07/2018
...if you suspect the rash to be related to CMA. For more information about skin rashes and when it might signal CMA, check out Baby Rashes from Acne to Eczema. Respiratory Problems Children can have different respiratory issues with CMA. Up to 30% of infants with CMA have respiratory signs. These generally fall into two types; either mild or severe. Mild–Includes runny noses, sneezing, and nasal congestion. These look like what you might see when...
   
 
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