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Food Allergy in Childhood

Publication date: Monday, 01 June 2009

Milk, eggs and peanuts are the most common foods causing allergy in early childhood. The prevalence of these allergies is on the increase. A thorough clinical history together with an allergy test allows for a clear diagnosis and implementation of a comprehensive management plan. This article outlines some of the key features in diagnosing and managing childhood allergies.
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Category: Editorial
Edition: Volume 1, Number 1, BJPCN Online 2004

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