Category Archives: Food Allergy
The question of when to introduce peanut is one that many of my patients and friends ask me. I asked myself the same question when I had my first baby girl. At the time, I was completing a fellowship in allergy/immunology. … Continue reading
By Faith Huang This holiday season, it is important to be aware of food allergens that can pop up in unexpected places if you have food allergy to peanuts or tree nuts! I recently came across a nice article written … Continue reading
Did you see the behind the scene video from Dr. Carr’s photo shoot with The Local Dish.
I came across a research study that was recently published in JAMA Pediatrics that showed that children born outside the United States have a lower prevalence of allergic disease than U.S. born children, after adjusting for variables such as age, … Continue reading
Oral immunotherapy for food allergy has gotten a lot of attention recently. It has been something that has intrigued patients, parents of food allergic children as well and allergists as a potential future therapy. Currently, the standard of care for … Continue reading