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Food allergy among children under 12 years of mothers attending awell baby clinic at an AL-Eskan primary health care center, Makkah Al-Mokarramah, 2013

Nehal Khalid Damanhori.

Abstract
Background: Food allergy results in rapid onset of multisystem and potentially life-threatening complications in the acute phase, as well as it can severely impacta child’s lifestyle in the long term.

Objectives: To determine the prevalence and factors associated with food allergy among children (

Key words: Food, allergy, children, prevalence, risk factors, Saudi Arabia


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