Food Products May Now Claim They Prevent Allergies
Baby foods and foods for young children may now claim -- for the first time ever -- that they can prevent peanut allergies, according to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA).
Ray Simon / September 8, 2017
Using Benadryl to Make Kids Sleep Could be Deadly
Parents are being warned not to use antihistamines like Benadryl to help their children sleep following several deaths in Connecticut, according to ABC News.
Ray Simon / July 31, 2017
Skin Antiseptics Linked to Severe Allergic Reactions, FDA Warns
The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning about life-threatening allergic reactions linked to antiseptic skin products containing chlorhexidine gluconate.
Ray Simon / February 3, 2017
Are Food Allergies on the Rise? Experts Conflicted
More Americans than ever say they have severe food allergies, but the fact is there’s little evidence to support this claim, according to a panel of experts.
Ray Simon / December 1, 2016