Here are my suggestions for some of the top articles about food allergy for June 2012:
"There is still misunderstanding in the general public about food allergy and how serious it can. Concerns that skin contact or inhalation might trigger severe food allergic reactions not supported - the vast majority happened from ingestion. Only 30% of severe food allergic reactions were appropriately treated with EpiPen, even when caregivers felt that was warranted. "Parents are surprised how quickly and effectively epinephrine works in food allergic reactions", yet many afraid to use it - USA Today http://goo.gl/0ZkxT
11% of children are being given the food they're allergic to on purpose, by caregivers, to see how they'll react http://buff.ly/Lc8hbi
Care for babies with food allergies lagging: study | Reuters http://buff.ly/Lxs083
The future of research in pediatric allergy: What should the focus be? (full text) http://goo.gl/9rh76
Food Allergy: Making an Accurate Diagnosis - 40-minute CME video with leading experts from Medscape http://goo.gl/CeDb2
Sesame Food Allergy may affect 0.1–0.2 % of the population, only one fatality has been reported http://goo.gl/oh1Y1
Evaluating a possible allergic reaction to beer is a difficult task - AAAAI Ask the Allergist http://goo.gl/LMsyW
FDA Sends Warning Letter to Pfizer Over EpiPen Ads - full text here: http://goo.gl/0ITDf
Egg white-specific serum IgG4/IgE ratio predicts outcome of food challenges http://goo.gl/r2t9t
Epinephrine in the treatment of anaphylaxis. Adult intramuscular dose is 0.3 to 0.5 ml of 1:1,000 concentration http://goo.gl/Qad6S
Nonallergen-specific experimental treatments for food allergy: Chinese Herbal Formula, Anti-IgE,
Probiotics and Prebiotics http://goo.gl/kKv69
Hygiene hypothesis may explain south/north geographical differences in prevalence of asthma and sarcoidosis http://goo.gl/FamUU
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