food allergy

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Related to food allergy: Food intolerance
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: allergy - allergic reaction to a substance ingested in food
allergic reaction, allergy - hypersensitivity reaction to a particular allergen; symptoms can vary greatly in intensity
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Created with the food allergy user in mind, the site only lists websites that have food allergy, gluten free information available on their websites.
In an effort to determine which foods are causing reactions, health care providers have turned to food allergy testing.
Food allergy is common among children with atopic dermatitis.
Eating a range of nutritious foods during pregnancy and breastfeeding will not promote food allergies in developing babies, and may protect them from food allergy,' Baker added.
The researchers said as of 2011 eight per cent of US children reported having a food allergy, where 40 per cent of them had experienced a severe reaction while 30 per cent were allergic to multiple foods.
Data collectors interviewed all three personnel groups about food allergy training they had received while working at their current restaurant, including training topics covered (e.
For patients with an established diagnosis of food allergy, 35 percent went on to develop asthma and patients with multiple food allergies were at increased risk of developing asthma as compared to those with a single food allergy," senior author Jonathan Spergel from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia noted.
Nice 'n Clean will donate a portion of the proceeds to help fund food allergy research and awareness initiatives.
Epidemiology studies on food allergy are either based on self-reported allergic reactions or allergy test based prevalence data.
Hill, MD, PhD, an allergy and immunology fellow with an interest in food allergy.
With the identification of, and increased research interest in, the presence of filaggrin (FLG) loss-of-function mutations in AD, a similar mechanism was hypothesized for food allergy.
Although food allergy (FA) is an important health problem in Western countries, its prevalence varies among geographic regions.

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