Posts Tagged allergies

Newsletter Winter 2015

Here is our winter newsletter (you can read it in Spanish, too)! In this issue, learn how to track the flu, check out facts about seafood allergies, and get to know one of the study’s co-investigators, Dr. Michael Gomez.

Read more

Food Allergy vs. Food Intolerance

During follow-up interviews, we ask if your child has any doctor-diagnosed food allergies. We also ask if they have been diagnosed with lactose intolerance. Food allergy and food intolerance seem similar, but there are a few key differences. Food allergy: When a child has a food allergy, […]

Read more

Allergy Sensitivity in the United States

When your child was enrolled in the WIND Study we took a blood sample to test for immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies, among other laboratory tests. The presence of an IgE antibody to a specific allergen (such as grass, milk, peanuts) means a child is sensitive to that […]

Read more

Newsletter Winter 2012-3

Here is our winter newsletter (you can read it in Spanish, too)! In this issue, explore the flu in-depth, learn some more about food allergies and asthma, and get to know one of the study’s co-investigators, Dr. Jonathan Mansbach.

Read more