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12/20/2012
...Many Neocate families have to deal with allergens in the air and home as well as in foods. Even for people without food allergies, allergies to things in the air are pretty common. Some people have no allergy symptoms living in one part of the country, but experience new allergy symptoms when they move to a new area because the environment differs so much between different parts of the country. While it’s common to...
Back to School With Food Allergies
08/18/2016
...child: Is your child familiar with his/her signs and symptoms of an allergic reaction? Does your child know to alert an adult in the event of an emergency? Does your child wear a medical alert bracelet? Or do you have a food allergy action plan? Have you discussed the importance of NOT sharing foods with friends? Does your child know how to deal with bullying when it comes to food allergies? School years are some...
Baby Rashes from A to Z (Acne to Eczema!) and When Is It a Milk Allergy?
04/18/2017
...a small or substantial part of the body. Allergens in the air (pollen, mold, dust mites, or animals), dry skin, or any number of factors. The severity of symptoms varies from one person to another. There’s an association between atopic dermatitis and food allergies, especially in cases of severe atopic dermatitis. At this time, it’s not clear if one causes the other. For infants, atopic dermatitis and cow milk allergy often are linked. Learn more...
...he was admitted for one month. As his symptoms worsened, doctors ran numerous tests, all of which came back inconclusive. They also tried many different formulas but nothing relieved Benjamin’s symptoms. “Benjamin was born a healthy child and it was so hard to watch him slowly lose weight and have his symptoms continually become worse,” says Suzanne, Benjamin’s mother. Nutritional Management and Outcome: After a few weeks in the hospital, Benjamin was put on 10...
01/27/2011
...tract to one or more specific foods. This means that the IgE antibodies associated with other food allergies are not involved in an FPIES reaction. Cow milk and soy are the most common FPIES triggers, but ANY foods can cause an FPIES reaction (even ones that aren’t common allergens, like rice and oats). Common Symptoms of FPIES Most FPIES reactions happen when a child is very young – just a few weeks or months old....
03/17/2011
...In food allergy circles, we usually think of symptoms and side effects as results of food allergies, not the other way around. In many cases that’s true. One exceptional pair is food allergies and atopic dermatitis. Science has shown links between these two, especially for moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis, and especially in infants and young toddlers. (Atopic dermatitis is a form of eczema.) This article explores the science of which comes first for patients with...
03/31/2016
...For many families, getting to a diagnosis of a food allergy can be a tough journey. Many food allergies and related conditions start with mysterious signs and symptoms that mimic other conditions or diseases, which can mean multiple doctor visits for some families to reach a diagnosis. For other families, symptoms can be severe enough to be life-threatening. Severe symptoms, while scary, may make finding a diagnosis simpler or faster, but not always. Regardless...
03/10/2009
...on this formula. Amino Acid-Based Formula: Around the office, this formula type has been called “super” hypoallergenic, meaning it is made from individual non-allergenic amino acids, making it easy for babies to digest and absorb. Neocate is an amino acid-based formula, and Neocate powdered products are the only ones manufactured in a 100% dairy protein-free environment. Sometimes, babies with signs and symptoms of a cow milk allergy are given a hydrolysate formula first to see...
   
 
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