Kids and Teens With Food Allergies Face Quality-Of-Life Issues

Children and adolescents with food allergies to fare worse visually, appear socially, and emotionally, and have poorer overall-related quality of life (HRQL) than their food-allergy-free peers, a new systematic review suggests. “Findings from the current review suggest that food allergy has a negative impact on the HRQL of children and teens, particularly older children and … Read more

Psych Support Improves Treatment Success

Oral immunotherapy (OIT) is a promising long-term food allergy regimen, but it can be so stressful that patients often quit. Providing young patients and their families with psychological support can increase the odds that they’ll complete the full course of OIT, according to a small, single-site study from Italy published in Clinical and Translational Allergy. … Read more