Food Allergy Featured Research

Gut Bacteria May Protect Against Food Allergy

An NIAID-funded study in mice suggests that gut bacteria play an important role in determining immune responses to food allergens. Read more about how gut bacteria may protect against food allergy

Baked Milk May Help Kids Outgrow Milk Allergy Faster

Findings from an NIAID-supported study, appearing online ahead of print in the May 23 issue of the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, show that feeding some children with milk allergy foods containing baked milk may help them outgrow their allergy at a faster rate than those who do not eat baked milk. Read more about how baked milk may help kids outgrow milk allergy faster

Content last reviewed on October 27, 2016