Less than 10% of all people who report a penicillin allergy are truly allergic. Of those who are truly allergic to penicillin, over 80% will lose their allergic tendency over a period of ten years.
History is key in the diagnosis of food allergy — What did they eat? What symptoms occurred? How soon?
Cow’s milk protein intolerance, or CMPI, is a condition in which the body’s immune system reacts to protein found in cow’s milk.
FPIES, or food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome, is a food allergy that occurs in the gastrointestinal tract and is primarily present during infancy.
During the time of COVID-19, having a child with celiac disease may be especially overwhelming. Here are some tips for a gluten-free lifestyle.