Top in allergy/asthma: Anaphylaxis at work; some kids avoid peanuts despite negative test

Insect venom was the cause of 82.7% of cases of occupational anaphylaxis, followed by food, drugs and latex, according to a study published in Allergy.
The most common insect triggers were yellow jackets, bees and hornets.
Additionally, researchers reported that professions with the most prevalent cases included beekeepers, outdoor workers, food handlers and farmers.
The researchers advised workers in these professions to reduce exposure to venom by wearing protective clothing.
It was the top story in allergy/asthma last week.
In another top story, researchers found that children from families

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