Allergic Living’s Research Highlights from the AAAAI 2019 Conference

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in Food Allergy, News
Published: March 15, 2019
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At the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology held in San Francisco in late February, thousands of allergists and physicians gathered to hear the latest research findings. This year, food allergy was the central focus – from optimizing patient care to advances in treatments and disease understanding.

Following are some highlights from conference, as covered by the Allergic Living team.

AAAAI 2019: Expert Shines Light on Novel Therapies Under Study for Food Allergy

Sesame Allergy a Significant Health Issue in the United States, Study Reveals

Boiled Peanut Safe and Effective to Use During OIT, Study Finds

Egg Oral Immunotherapy Shows Promise as Treatment

Can Sleep Loss and Exercise Affect the Severity of a Food Allergy Reaction?

Peptide Vaccine for Peanut Allergy Well-Tolerated in First Test

Long-Term Peanut OIT Has Lasting Benefits, Study Reveals

Higher Levels of Testosterone Protects Against Asthma, Study Finds

Red Meat Allergy May Develop Due to Tick’s Own Saliva, Not Animal Exposure