The Committee on Food Allergies concluded that the actual prevalence of food allergies is unknown due to misinterpretation of symptoms and lack of simple diagnostic tests.
In 2013, one-quarter of Campylobacter samples from infected people were resistant to quinolone antibiotics such as ciprofloxacin, the agency said.
To date, no illnesses are known by the Department of Agriculture and Markets to be associated with this product.
Current allergy tests are not very reliable when it comes to diagnosing a patient's reaction.
Packaged food should not have enough of the peanut-contaminated cumin to trigger an allergic reaction, but patients with peanut allergy should be careful just in case.
Nearly one-third of all foods reported as serious health risks involved allergens that were not listed on food labels.
The rate of resistance to quinolone drugs in Salmonella typhi rose to 68% in 2012.
As gatekeepers, primary-care clinicians are able to provide education on the recognition and treatment of potentially fatal complications.
Goal is to protect U.S. food supply from potential terrorist acts.
Children with food allergies often face complications when they head off to school. Educating parents and working with them to create action plans for their child is an important part of creating a safe environment.