|Preventive treatment for peanut allergies succeeds in study|
Added: 20.02.2018 15:27 | 0 views | 0 comments
The first treatment to help prevent serious allergic reactions to peanuts may be on the way.
|Allergies during pregnancy contribute to changes in the brains of rat offspring|
Added: 18.02.2018 2:10 | 1 views | 0 comments
A new study in rats could begin to explain why allergies during pregnancy are linked to higher risks for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism in children.
|Sony Apologizes for ‘Peter Rabbit’ Movie’s Allergy Scene|
Added: 13.02.2018 18:21 | 35 views | 0 comments
Tom McGregor, a villain who has food allergies, goes into anaphylaxis when rabbits fire a blackberry into his mouth. Some parents said it set a poor example.
|Peter Rabbit Filmmakers Apologize for Making Fun of Blackberry Allergies|
Added: 12.02.2018 16:32 | 3 views | 0 comments
It’s early days yet, but the Beatrix Potter adaptation Peter Rabbit has just given 2018 its first contender for Most Controversial Film Scene of the Year. The moment in question features the eponymous CGI bunny using a slingshot to send a blackberry into the mouth of his rival, Tom McGregor
|‘Peter Rabbit’ Exploits a Food Allergy to Attack a Villain. Parents Aren’t Happy.|
Added: 12.02.2018 13:16 | 34 views | 0 comments
Tom McGregor, the villain who has food allergies, goes into anaphylaxis when rabbits fire a blackberry into his mouth. Some parents said it set a poor example.
|Campaigners call for boycott of new Peter Rabbit film over 'disgraceful' scene 'making light' of allergies|
Added: 12.02.2018 8:56 | 16 views | 0 comments
Allergy sufferers and charities have called on viewers to boycott children's film Peter Rabbit after it sparked a backlash for "making light" of allergic reactions.
|Peter Rabbit faces allergies backlash|
Added: 12.02.2018 1:46 | 25 views | 0 comments
Peter Rabbit filmmakers and the studio behind it are apologising for insensitively depicting a character's allergy in the film that has prompted backlash online.
|Vitamin A in cattle fodder is potentially protecting against cow's milk allergy|
Added: 09.02.2018 23:30 | 9 views | 0 comments
Infants can develop an allergy to cow's milk that usually subsides by adulthood but may increase risk for developing other allergic diseases. The allergic reaction can, however, be prevented by two components of cow's milk interacting together, as researchers now describe. Loading of vitamin A metabolite retinoic acid to the important milk protein beta-lactoglobulin in cow's milk can prevent allergic reaction against the protein.