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Children with Food-Triggered Eczema are at Risk for Life Threatening Food Allergy | American Health Council

Children with Food-Triggered Eczema are at Risk for Life Threatening Food Allergy

Children with Food-Triggered Eczema are at Risk for Life Threatening Food Allergy - Health Council

“Our findings suggest that families of children diagnosed with food-triggered atopic dermatitis should be prepared to respond to a full-blown food allergy reaction if the child is accidentally exposed to the food in question,” says Anne Marie Singh, MD, senior author of the study and an allergist at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. “These children need an emergency action plan and an injectable epinephrine to keep them safe.”

Read the full article: Kids with food-triggered eczema are at risk for developing life-threatening food allergy, study suggests