Do skin creams applied from birth protect against atopic dermatitis?
Should one attempt to protect a child from birth onward with creams for the treatment of atopic dermatitis? It depends, said the experts at Europe’s biggest allergy congress, the EAACI 2020.read more
Vitamin D in pregnancy does not affect childhood asthma risk
In 2016, an American study inspired hope that children would be protected against asthma if their mothers took vitamin D while pregnant. The recently published long-term results do not support this theory.read more
Eczema increases food allergies in children with eczema
Infants with severe rashes (eczema) that are also colonised by a certain type of bacteria develop fewer food allergies than children without this bacteria.read more
What are Some Small Gift Ideas for Children with Food Allergies?
The Advent and Christmas season is a time for treats. Gingerbread, burnt sugar almonds and chocolate Santas brighten up the dark winter days for young and old alike. It is also the season for giving.read more