Acute and long‐term management of food allergy: systematic review

  title={Acute and long‐term management of food allergy: systematic review},
  author={D. Silva and M. Geromi and S S Panesar and Antonella Muraro and T. Werfel and Karin Hoffmann‐Sommergruber and Graham C Roberts and Vict{\`o}ria Cardona and A E J Dubois and Susanne Halken and Arne H{\o}st and Lars Kaergaard Poulsen and Ronald van Ree and Berber J. Vlieg‐Boerstra and Ioana Agache and Aziz Sheikh},
Allergic reactions to food can have serious consequences. This systematic review summarizes evidence about the immediate management of reactions and longer‐term approaches to minimize adverse impacts. 
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Is the effect of probiotics on atopic dermatitis confined to food sensitized children?
Background Probiotics have previously been shown to reduce the severity of atopic dermatitis (AD) in infants and children.
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