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Overreaction to kids’ food allergies could result in misdiagnosis
 

Overreaction to kids’ food allergies could result in misdiagnosis

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New research points to an increase in the incidence of over-testing and misdiagnosis of food allergies in children, causing an irrational fear of eating certain foods and may ultimately lead to nutritional deficiency.
 
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23 Dec 2016 - General
 
I suggest that "play in the dirt" should be replaced with a more practical advice because it can be easily subject to misinterpretation. I understand that parents are overprotective, however, they should be properly educated on what healthy...
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Theekshana Abayawickrama Due to pregnancy and related complications, patient wasn't able to have the first stones removed until 2006, but she didn't continue with follow-up treatment...
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Tahira Nawaz well said, we should be cautious while we found food allergies in children where we can't conclude merely by what doctors or children speaks. There should be some scientifi...
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Food allergies pose absolute danger to the children’s health as children have restrictive diet due to allergies. It is also seen that inaccurate tests can put patients at risk of malnutrition. Another study has suggested that primary care doctors ord...
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