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A peanut allergy is an overreaction of the body's immune system to peanut protein. All peanut and peanut products must be excluded from the diet. This is one on the most common allergies that leads to anaphylaxis, so it is extremely important that all sources of peanut be avoided.
Consumption of peanut during pregnancy may increase risk of allergy in infants: Study

Consumption of peanut during pregnancy may increase risk of allergy in infants: Study

Food allergies are becoming more common in U.S. children

Food allergies are becoming more common in U.S. children

Food allergies may contribute to asthma attacks: Study

Food allergies may contribute to asthma attacks: Study

Mount Sinai receives grant from NIH to continue research on food allergy

Mount Sinai receives grant from NIH to continue research on food allergy

NIH announces 5 more years of funding for Consortium of Food Allergy Research

NIH announces 5 more years of funding for Consortium of Food Allergy Research

FDA accepts DBV Technologies' IND for clinical study of VIASKIN for desensitization to peanut allergy

FDA accepts DBV Technologies' IND for clinical study of VIASKIN for desensitization to peanut allergy

Survey shows alarming increase of peanut allergies in children

Survey shows alarming increase of peanut allergies in children

Phadia AB plans to provide access for specialists to peanut allergen components

Phadia AB plans to provide access for specialists to peanut allergen components

New book on baking recipes for people with food allergies

New book on baking recipes for people with food allergies

Food allergies among children is increasing: Study

Food allergies among children is increasing: Study

Dietary options and better detection improve food allergy management procedures

Dietary options and better detection improve food allergy management procedures

New mouse model for peanut allergy

New mouse model for peanut allergy

Preventing food allergies in children - a change of strategy?

Preventing food allergies in children - a change of strategy?

Lupin allergy in children

Lupin allergy in children

New European food allergy research

New European food allergy research

Food allergies are on the rise but effective treatment in the pipeline

Food allergies are on the rise but effective treatment in the pipeline

Link between soy milk and peanut allergies dispelled

Link between soy milk and peanut allergies dispelled

Allergy expert says expect cure for peanut allergy in five years

Allergy expert says expect cure for peanut allergy in five years

Immunotherapy could prevent allergic reactions to food

Immunotherapy could prevent allergic reactions to food

Cancer drug allergies

Cancer drug allergies