Source: Times of India
Food allergy cases have become a common health issue around the globe. Around 2.5 per cent of the world population is allergic to some foodstuff; most of which allergies are diagnosed in childhood.
Patients of food allergy are in constant fear and anxiety as this can be life-threatening. However, according to the recent study, kids born in Autumn have more chances of developing food allergies, in comparison to other kids.
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National Jewish Health carried out studies and observed that allergies start to appear slowly. Early symptoms are dry and cracked skin, followed by the chain reaction of other allergic diseases. The study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: The lead paediatrician and author of the study Jessica Hui said, "We looked at every child treated in our clinic, and those born in the fall were much more likely to experience all of the conditions associated with the atopic march."