The AAAAI informs the media about cutting edge research and new developments in allergic disease through news releases. In addition to consumer tips, monthly highlights of innovative studies from The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology and The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice are available. Following are links to recent and archived releases.
March 20 - Invasive Fire Ant Population Could Explain Why Some States Have Fewer Cases of Red Meat Allergy
March 20 - Muscle Protein That Prompts Allergic Reactions to Invertebrates May Also Cause Allergic Reactions to Fish
March 19 - Multi-food Oral Immunotherapy Found to Be Safe and Effective
March 19 - Patients with Food Allergies May be Susceptible to Avoidant-Restrictive Food Intake Disorder
March 18 - Even When Sedentary, Lung Function Drops in Healthy Adults After Exposure to Low Level Ozone
March 18 - Among Those Surveyed, One in Seven Peanut-Allergic Adults First Developed Symptoms in Adulthood
March 17 - Epinephrine Nasal Spray Demonstrates Bioequivalent Exposure and Absorption Rate Compared to Epinephrine Injectors
March 16 - Dr. Mary Beth Fasano Begins Term as 2020-2021 AAAAI President
March 4 - AAAAI Urges Patients on Montelukast to Contact Their Healthcare Provider
February 13 - Work-related Rhinitis Has Adverse Impact on Quality of Life and Work Productivity
February 5 - Racial Differences in Asthma Outcomes for Older Adults Persist Even After Controlling for Social Determinants
February 1 - What You Need to Know About the First Peanut Allergy Treatment Approved by the FDA
December 4 - Early Introduction to Allergenic Foods Effectively Prevents Food Allergies in Some High-Risk Populations, Despite Poor Adherence
September 13 - AAAAI Addresses What Patients and Their Families Need to Know About Oral Immunotherapy (OIT)
September 4 - Long-Term Peanut Sublingual Immunotherapy Demonstrates High Safety Profile and Clinically Significant Desensitization
August 26 - Emergency Department Visits for Anaphylaxis Have Increased Since 2008
June 25 - Asthma During Pregnancy Remains Poorly Controlled in the United States
June 11 - Stocking Epinephrine Auto-Injectors on Commercial Flights Found to be Cost-Effective
June 4 - New Study Sheds Light on the Challenges and Barriers of Severe Asthma Management
May 28 - Epinephrine Auto-injectors Retain High Levels of Epinephrine Years After Expiration Date, Study Finds
March 22 - AAAAI Installs New President, Dr. David Lang, at 2019 Annual Meeting
February 24 - Exercise and Sleep Deprivation Appear to Increase Likelihood of Allergic Reactions in People with Peanut Allergies
February 24 - New Phase One Peanut Allergy Immunotherapy Trial Results in no Severe Side Effects, Including Anaphylaxis
February 24 - Egg Oral Immunotherapy Leads to More Rapid Egg Allergy Desensitization than Baked-egg Products
February 24 - Regular Consumption of Dietary Peanut Possible Years After Immunotherapy Trials
February 23 - Boiled Peanut Oral Immunotherapy Continues to Show Promise as a Safe and Effective Allergy Treatment
February 23 - Following Treatment with Oral Immunotherapy, Certain Egg Allergy Patients Likely to Consume and Tolerate Egg Five Years Later
February 23 - New Study Suggests Different Immune Outcomes Following Wildfires Compared to Controlled Burns
February 23 - Red Meat Allergy May Develop Due to Tick Saliva, Not Blood Meal Status
February 23 - Exclusive Breastfeeding for More Than Three Months May Decrease Risk of Chronic Eczema E
February 23 - Asthma Appears More Common in Opioid Dependent Patients
February 23 - Gene Expression During Anaphylaxis Differs Depending on Symptoms
February 23 - Sesame Now the Ninth Most Common Food Allergy in the United States
January 15 - New JAMA Report, Initiated by AAAAI and Others, Provides Recommendations for Evaluating and Managing Penicillin Allergy
November 28 - EpiPens May Lose Potency Within Hours When Stored in Heated Car
October 10 - DCE Expands Insurance Coverage, Reduces Cost Barriers for Asthma Patients
August 7 - Finding Relief in Your Backyard: A Guide to Picking Less Allergenic Plants
July 11 - Parent’s Health Knowledge Could Affect How Many Reactions Their Kids with Food Allergies Have and How Well They Are Managed
March 29 - Hay Fever Sufferers May Not Be Picking the Right Drugs to Treat Symptoms
March 7 - AAAAI Installs New President, Dr. Robert Wood, at 2018 Joint Congress.
March 3 - Researchers Find Certain Blood Types Protective Against Red Meat Allergy
March 3 - Research Suggests Eosinophilic Esophagitis Is a Late Manifestation of the Atopic March
March 3 - Patients with Alpha-Gal Allergy May be Five Times More Likely to Be Allergic to Insects
March 3 - Patients Taking Lower Maintenance Doses of Peanut Oral Immunotherapy May Still Achieve Desensitization
March 3 - Folic Acid Exposure in Utero is Associated with Development of Food Allergy
March 3 - Cow’s Milk Allergy May Negatively Affect Children’s Growth Through Pre-Teen Years
March 4 - Data from University Allergy Clinic Shows Red Meat Allergy May Be a Growing Issue
March 4 - Study Gives Insight into What Triggers Cause Anaphylaxis and How Deadly It Is
November 15 - Researchers Give New Perspective on Progression from Eczema to Asthma and Allergies
September 19 - Maternal Smoking, Stress Levels and Depression Shown to be Strong Risk Factors For Asthma in Inner-city Children, Not Exposure to Allergens
July 26 - Asthma-Related Emergency Room Visits and Hospitalizations among Older Adults Could Signal Healthcare Access Barriers
July 13 - Uncontrolled Asthma During Pregnancy May Increase the Risk of Asthma for Child
March 16 - AAAAI installs new president at 2017 Annual Meeting. David B. Peden, MD, MS, FAAAAI, is Andrews Professor of Pediatrics and Senior Associate Dean for Translational Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
March 16 - Top Allergy Organizations Issue Joint Statement on President Trump's Proposed Budget
March 4 - Black children six times more likely to die of asthma. A national study found that black children are six times more likely to die from asthma than Hispanic or white children in the U.S.
March 4 - New study examines effects of breast feeding, pumping and formula food on early childhood food allergy. Infants fed with a combination of different feeding methods were at higher risk of developing food allergies.
March 4 - How safe is subcutaneous and sublingual allergen immunotherapy? Researchers analyzed 8 years of data and found that while overall systemic reactions have been declining, people with asthma were most at risk for them. Also no local skin infections or serious infections from injections were reported in 9.5 million injection visits.
March 4 - Mothers with low levels of vitamin E may be more likely to have children with asthma. Research presented at the AAAAI Annual Meeting suggests a link between maternal vitamin E levels and childhood asthma wheeze.
March 4 - Food allergy immunotherapy advances presented at AAAAI Annual Meeting. Researchers look into the effectiveness of peanut sublingual immunotherapy, walnut and tree nut oral immunotherapy and wheat oral immunotherapy.
March 5 - Peanut patch continues to show promise in extension of latest clinical trial. After three years of using the peanut patch, 83.3% of the 18 patients between 6 and 11 years old who completed the trial were able to tolerate more peanut protein.
March 6 - Obese girls more prone to allergic disease, opposite correlation in boys. Obese girls in an urban environment are more likely to suffer from atopic disease than controls, but obese boys from urban environments are less likely to have atopic disease than their counterparts of a healthy weight.
March 6 - Early life secondhand smoke exposure may have an effect on food allergy development. Infants with smoking parents are more at risk for egg and peanut allergies in adolescence than infants with non-smoking parents.
January 17 - Cockroach bait alone improves asthma outcomes according to study in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. Children in homes being treated with insecticidal bait had almost 50 fewer days a year with asthma symptoms.
January 5 - Newly issued clinical guidelines from the NIAID recommend early peanut introduction, not avoidance. The NIAID-sponsored guidelines now recommend infants at high risk of peanut allergy be introduced to peanuts at 4 to 6 months of age.