Exploring quality of life in families of children living with and without a severe food allergy.

Abstract

This study aimed to explore the impact of food allergy on quality of life in children with food allergy and their primary caregivers, compared to a healthy non-food allergy comparison group. Food allergy children (n=34) and control children (n=15), aged 8-12, and their respective primary caregivers (n=30/n=13), completed generic quality of life scales… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.appet.2011.06.007

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@article{Valentine2011ExploringQO, title={Exploring quality of life in families of children living with and without a severe food allergy.}, author={Althea Z Valentine and Rebecca C. Knibb}, journal={Appetite}, year={2011}, volume={57 2}, pages={467-74} }