Allergy risk-reduction for camps — for peace of mind

The 2016 winter camping season is almost upon us, and when it comes to the 2017 camp season, it’s never too early to begin planning. I’ve written this article, “Five Things Camps Need to Know About Life-threatening Allergies”, to offer a series of key allergy risk-reduction tips for camp directors and their staff. I hope that…

EXPERT ALERT! QUEBEC WAITER ARRESTED FOR SERVING FISH TO ALLERGIC CUSTOMER

EXPERT ALERT! Keywords: Food allergy, anaphylaxis, restaurant, food safety Andrea Shainblum, Ph.D., is available to journalists and media outlets for comment on this subject. Web: www.allercom.com Twitter: @AllergyCoach Facebook: www.facebook.com/allercomallergyconsulting email: info@allercom.com Tel.: 613.899.1862   QUEBEC WAITER ARRESTED FOR SERVING FISH TO ALLERGIC CUSTOMER Restaurant staff “Often inadequately trained to cope with life-threatening food allergies” says…

Registration open! New online course: Your Allergy Business Plan

  Sloane Miller, President of Allergic Girl Resources, Inc. and Andrea Shainblum, President of Allercom Allergy Consulting, Inc. are proud to co-present the following business webinar: *** Do you have years of personal experience with allergy, asthma and/or food allergy and want to share your knowledge in a professional setting? Are you a licensed health professional with experience in allergies/food…

Cat allergy vaccine update: Circassia Achieves Successful Phase II Clinical Results With ToleroMune® Anti-Allergy Technology

According to Circassia, Ltd., which is in the process of human clinical trials of their upcoming cat allergy vaccine, ToleroMune®, they have achieved promising results from their phase II clinical study. As their recent media release states: Circassia Ltd, a specialty biopharmaceutical company focused on controlling immune system responses, today announced positive results from a phase…

Meat allergy caused by tick bite — 1500 known U.S cases

A novel cause of anaphylaxis is being caused by a tick bite leading to sensitization to the Galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose carbohydrate. In turn, this causes delayed but often severe allergic reactions to mammalian meats, including beef and other red meats. This allergy is in the news again, and a task-force on this emerging health challenge convened in Arkansas, one…