Posted by: Indonesian Children | February 4, 2009

FOOD ALLERGY IN THE NEWS

sources : CENTER FOR FOOD SAFETY

 

Food allergies ‘gone in 10 years’ (BBC News / 9/9)

Allergists offer food safety guidelines for infants (CNN.com / 8/8)

Many nut-allergic kids can’t spot the culprits (Reuters Health / 8/2)

Food fads ‘spark allergy fears’ (BBC News / 1/12)

Food label law gives allergy sufferers a break (Chicago Sun Times / 12/27)

Natural Fruit Enzyme May Lessen Peanuts’ Allergenic Punch (USDA ARS / 12/21)

FDA to Require Food Manufacturers to List Food Allergens (FDA / 12/20)

Questions and Answers Regarding Food Allergens, including the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act of 2004 (Edition 2) (FDA / 12/14)

Changes to allergen labelling (UK Food Standards Agency / 11/24)

Nine Percent of Children May Outgrow Their Tree Nut Allergies (NewsWise.com / 11/7)

Drinking farm milk reduces childhood asthma and allergies but raw consumption remains unsafe (EurekAlert!/ 5/10)

Dining Out Poses Hidden Dangers for Food-Allergic Patrons (Newswise/ 4/20)

Researchers develop new nut allergen test (Food Production Daily/ 3/28)

Anti-hay fever GMO rice may win over Japanese doubts (Reuters Health/ 3/23)

Allergy sufferers bothered by more than allergens (Reuters Health / 2/26)

Non-GMO solution to seafood allergies (EurekAlert! /2/25)

Alcoholic milk may protect against allergies (Food Science World / 10/17)

EPA grant funds research to study engineered foods, allergic reactions (Michigan State University / 10/12)

Greater accuracy in allergy chocolate testing, study (FoodProductionDaily.com / 10/2)

Prebiotics Can Cut Development of Skin Allergy in Babies at High Risk (NewsWise.com / 7/25)

Introducing Baby to Solid Foods Too Early Increases Risk of Allergic Diseases (NewsWise.com / 7/25)

Researchers demonstrate potential mechanism of food allergy (Eurek Alert / 7/20)

Getting the Goods on Peanut Allergies (NewsWise.com / 7/19)

Guide on allergy labelling published (UK Food Standards Agency / 7/10)

FDA issues a guidance to prevent inadvertent allergen and toxin contamination of food and feed. (MeatNews.com / 6/30)

Wild vs. lab rodent comparison supports hygiene hypothesis (Eurek Alert / 6/16)

Accidental Peanut Ingestion Rate on the Decline (NewsWise.com / 6/15)

Infants’ food allergies rarer than parents believe (Reuters Health / 6/8)

Earlier Introduction of Solids Could Reduce Chances of Developing Wheat Allergy (NewsWise.com / 6/6)

The Food Safety Authority establishes a group to look into the effect of food-borne allergens on human health. (MeatNews.com / 5/11)

Unique soybean lines hold promise for producing allergy-free soybeans (Eurek Alert / 5/4)

Bug-Based Food Dye Should Be … Exterminated, Says CSPI (Center for Science in the Public Interest / 5/1)

Rutgers delivers food allergy campaign for New Jersey (Rutgers University / 4/24)

Number of children treated for nut allergies soars (UK Times Online / 4/2)

Allergies reach epidemic levels in Europe: experts (Reuters Health / 3/31)

Avoiding Food Allergens is a Formidable Task (NewsWise.com / 3/19)

New Guidelines Reveal the Complexity of Food Allergy Management (NewsWise.com / 3/15)

Proposed Rule: Cochineal Extract and Carmine Declaration (Federal Register / 1/30)

Peanut allergy epidemic may be overstated (Boston.com / 1/30)

Company stops testing peanut-allergy medicine (Chicago Sun Times / 1/18)

EFSA issues guidance on lupin allergies (FoodProductionDaily.com / 1/16)

 

Provided by

DR WIDODO JUDARWANTO SpA
children’s ALLERGY CLINIC

JL TAMAN BENDUNGAN ASAHAN 5 JAKARTA PUSAT, JAKARTA INDONESIA 10210

PHONE : (021) 70081995 – 5703646

email :  judarwanto@gmail.com

 

Copyright © 2009, Children Allergy Clinic Information Education Network. All rights reserved.

 


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