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10/10/2016
...Pet Allergies: The Science of allergies is crazy. Sometimes we hear in the news about researchers looking at things that seem completely off-the-wall. On the other hand, a lot of scientists and researchers look at things that can have meaningful impacts on our lives. Sometimes, the research can even be practical for everyday folks like us. Today, I’ll share some interesting research related to pets, the environment and allergic conditions. I find it interesting...
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The Gut Microbiota and Its Link With Food Allergies
01/18/2018
...a source of bifidobacteria for breastfed infants and provides nutrition that supports the growth of bifidobacteria. What can happen if the gut microbiota isn’t in balance? This question has been tough to answer because gut microbes are so diverse, unique, and can shift. However, a growing body of research highlights the link between health and the gut microbiota. Scientists came up with a smart way to explore this. They’ve looked at the gut microbiota of...
10/06/2011
...We’re always keeping our eyes peeled and our ears tuned for news and research on eosinophilic esophagitis (also known as EoE). This matters to us because many children with EoE use Neocate as part of their elimination diet to help manage EoE. The Study Dr. Charles DeBrosse and Dr. James Franciosi are part of a team at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC). The CCHMC has a Center for Eosinophilic Disorders. The team...
03/17/2011
...both food allergies and atopic dermatitis. Dr. Jon Hanifin, a respected dermatologist, recently gave a talk to colleagues. He discussed the link between food allergies and atopic dermatitis. The research he presented suggests that sometimes atopic dermatitis comes first, acting as a precursor to food allergies. For other patients, certain foods can trigger or worsen atopic dermatitis, and may or may not be true allergens. Atopic dermatitis is often one of the first signs that...
Eosinophilic Esophagitis
09/25/2017
Eosinophilic esophagitis, or EoE, is a condition typically caused by food allergies. (It is sometimes referred to as eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorders or EGIDs). Eosinophilic esophagitis causes inflammation of the esophagus due to a build-up of eosinophils, a type of blood cell. Symptoms can be painful, and may include trouble swallowing, nausea, regurgitation, heartburn, abdominal or chest pain and weight loss. Read on to learn more about EoE and how Neocate can...
07/25/2017
...Planning is always the key to success and essential when your little one has food allergies. Let’s discuss some tips and resources to help you research summer camps for your little one to be sure both your child and the camp are properly equipped to successfully manage their food allergies. Questions that will need answers: What is the camp menu and options for allergy-friendly alternatives? Do they have a dedicated place for allergy-friendly food...
07/19/2017
...cuisine of a favorite local restaurant can make allergen avoidance difficult. Eating out puts the responsibility of allergen on both the diner and the restaurant staff. Research shows that there is ample opportunity for restaurants to improve their food allergy safety practices. According to the Food and Drug Administration Food Code, the person in charge of an establishment should be knowledgeable of food allergies. We cannot guarantee that all staff will be aware, but that...
   
 
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