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ALERT: Nutramigen LGG powdered infant formula product recall
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland issued an alert in relation to specific batches...Read Article
Webinar content: Dietetic assessment and management of IgE milk and egg allergy in Irish community health settings
Originally presented as part of the 4th All Ireland Paediatric Dietetic CPD webinar November...Read Article
IgE mediated food allergy-what’s new?
In October 2023 EAACI published an update to the 2014 guideline on IgE medicated...Read Article
Nutrition Allergy School comes to Cork in September 2022
Baked milk accelerates cow’s milk allergic infants’ progress on a milk ladder programme
For open access to the study click hereRead Article
Food allergy across the globe
See the JACI December published abstract of this review here Get open access to...Read Article
Anaphylaxis editorial 2021.
To view the recent JACI publication by Stafford, Patel and Turner click hereRead Article
COVID-19 Vaccine information for Parents/Carers of Children and Adolescents aged over 12yrs with allergies, attending at Children’s Health Ireland (CHI).
Information correct as of July 29, 2021. Will be updated depending on NIAC guidelines-for...Read Article
Practice guidelines for childcare and schools 2021.
Visit the recent JACI publication at this linkRead Article
The microbial origins of food allergy
Article from JACI March 2021. See here for pdfRead Article