Are Peanut Allergies a Millenial Problem? Is Immunotherapy the Next Step?

Peanut allergies are common – you yourself or someone you know may have allergies to them. Allergic reactions can vary in severity from mild to severe and life-threatening.

Recently this year an experimental drug was put forth by researchers as a future move to treat peanut allergies and reduce their severity, instead of just treating the reaction itself.

Today’s article by Aaron Chy explains all this and more!

Don’t think you have a yeast infection? Could it be BV?

Seunga (Jasmine) Han, PharmD Student In our previous articles, we have discussed potential causes of abnormal vaginal discharge. So far, we’ve covered yeast infections and trichomoniasis. Along with the aforementioned causes, bacterial vaginosis is another potential explanation for abnormal discharge. What is bacterial vaginosis? Bacterial vaginosis is an infection of the vulva and vagina and isn’t…

Fenugreek for Lactation?

Seunga (Jasmine) Han, PharmD Student In a previous article, we discussed about breastfeeding; including when to start breastfeeding and the benefits associated with it. If you missed this article or need a refresher on this topic, take a look at this link for more information on breastfeeding. Today, we’ll take a look at another topic…