pediatric allergy

Study: Wearable patch may minimize peanut allergy
Study: Wearable patch may minimize peanut allergyA wearable skin patch (Viaskin, DBV Technologies) may help treat peanut allergy, specifically in children and young adults, according to one-year results of an ongoing trial sponsored by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and conducted by the NIAID-funded Consortium of Food Allergy Research(CoFAR).
Inhaled corticosteroids may stunt growth in infants with asthmaLead researcher says next step is to evaluate effects in older children for longer period of time.
PODCAST: Kari Nadeau, MD, PhD discusses her work on oral immunotherapy with childrenKari Nadeau, MD, PhD discusses her work on oral immunotherapy with children at the Nadeau Laboratory at Stanford University School of Medicine, California.