Peanut allergy is common and can be life-threatening. Learn what you need to know about symptoms, diagnosis, and avoiding peanuts in this guide.
Peanut allergy now affects one to two percent of the population in the U.S. Learn how eating boiled peanuts might lead to a cure for peanut allergy.
Children at high risk for peanut allergy were once told to avoid peanut-containing foods. Find out why these infants should now eat peanut products.
A new study shows that prevalence of peanut allergy in infants has decreased by 18% since guidelines suggested introducing peanuts earlier in life.
The best way to treat a food allergy is to avoid the foods that cause it. Other options include antihistamines, epinephrine, and immunotherapy.
Many people are allergic to the same types of food. Discover which are the most common food allergies and how to avoid eating them in your foods.
The actual smell of peanuts can't make you react if you have a peanut allergy. But other components in the air can cause a severe allergic reaction.
We connected with a pediatrician and two allergists to help us understand what to do when children show signs of an allergic reaction.
Learn about certain types of cooking oils in relation to food allergies, including soybean allergy, peanut oil allergy, and others.
Learn about the arguments for and against allowing peanuts in schools, and the issue of peanut allergy exposures.