allergic reaction

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Erickson and his team found that the lone star tick causes the allergic reactions. The researchers said following the affected people showed increased number of immune cells, called B cells.
However, some foods considered healthy, including dairy products and wheat, can pose a threat to men, women and children, triggering allergic reactions that can even put some lives in jeopardy.
- The US Food and Drug Administration has granted Fast Track Designation for ARS-1, an investigational intranasal epinephrine spray that could provide an easy-to-use, convenient and more reliable treatment for severe allergic reactions to food, medications and insect bites that could lead to life-threatening anaphylaxis, US-based pharmaceutical company ARS Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Purvi Parikh, an allergist with NYU Langone Health said, "Timing is everything in a food allergic reaction, and it can go downhill rather fast.
"Allergic reactions are always a concern, especially as staff at many food outlets are simply not aware of using ingredients that customers are allergic to.
But Mr Ashraf said his son regularly ate white fish and he had only been seen to suffer an allergic reaction after eating tuna in brine.
34% participants did not bothered to use any protocol for prevention of allergic reaction while 14% used only gloves, masks and goggles where as 29% used antihistamines along with goggles, masks, and gloves (Table 1).
The woman suffered a severe allergic reaction after just one forkful of her lamb bhuna and pilau rice from Nasib Tandoori, on Kew Road.
In 2015/16, the trust saw 669 hospital admissions where the primary reason was due to an allergic reaction - the eighth highest in England.
During an allergic reaction, there was an increase in the numbers of new neurons in the hippocampus, raising the question: what could be the consequences of allergies on memory?
Roach allergens (compounds that trigger allergic reaction symptoms) come from different parts of the cockroach.
Dr Grimshaw said: "We know that sometimes if a child is seen for a possible food allergic reaction - to any food - but tests show there is no measurable IgE, then a possible food reaction may be ruled out when in fact the child may be reacting to the food, just not via IgE.''
An allergic reaction occurs when the immunoglobulin E antibody binds to the allergenic protein fragments, leading to the release of histamines.