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Pediatric asthma is one of the most common chronic conditions seen in children throughout the world. Even with our better understanding of the pathology of pediatric asthma and improved pharmaceutical management for this disorder, we are still far from reaching the goals of optimal asthma...
Food allergy is mostly a childhood disease that differs from the adult-onset allergy in several aspects, including the prevalence, commonly offending foods, symptomatology, and prognosis. The prevalence is much overestimated by the public, but it probably affects up to 6% of children. In some...
Atopy is the genetic potential to manifest the trinity of classic allergic diseases—atopic dermatitis, allergic rhinitis, and asthma. All have been observed to have increased over the past several decades. The interplay of the genetics of atopy with various environmental exposures may manifest...
Ethical concerns and medical advances unique to children and adolescents make pediatric research an evolving endeavor. The child’s changing physiology from infancy to maturity requires understanding of the benefits and risks of medical therapies currently available, but often not tested in...
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