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Allergenic food introduction and risk of childhood atopic diseases.

BackgroundThe role of timing and diversity of allergenic food introduction in the development of childhood allergic sensitization and atopic diseases is controversial. ObjectiveTo examine whether timing and diversity of allergenic food introduction are associated with allergic sensitization, allergy... Full description

Journal Title: PLoS ONE 2017, Vol.12(11)
Main Author: Elbert, N.J.
Other Authors: Kiefte-de, Jong J.C. , Voortman, T. , Nijsten, T.E.C. , Jong, de, N.W. , Jaddoe, V.W.V. , Jongste, de, J.C. , Gerth, van Wijk R. , Duijts, L. , Pasmans, S.G.M.A.
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title: Allergenic food introduction and risk of childhood atopic diseases.
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  • Elbert, N.J.
  • Kiefte-de, Jong J.C.
  • Voortman, T.
  • Nijsten, T.E.C.
  • Jong, de, N.W.
  • Jaddoe, V.W.V.
  • Jongste, de, J.C.
  • Gerth, van Wijk R.
  • Duijts, L.
  • Pasmans, S.G.M.A.
subjects:
  • Food Hypersensitivity -- Risk Factors
  • Food Hypersensitivity -- Research
  • Children -- Health Aspects
ispartof: PLoS ONE, 2017, Vol.12(11)
description: BackgroundThe role of timing and diversity of allergenic food introduction in the development of childhood allergic sensitization and atopic diseases is controversial. ObjectiveTo examine whether timing and diversity of allergenic food introduction are associated with allergic sensitization, allergy and eczema in children until age 10 years. Materials and methodsThis study among 5,202 children was performed in a population-based prospective cohort. Timing (age ≤6 months vs. >6 months) and diversity (0, 1, 2 and ≥3 foods) of allergenic food (cow's milk, hen's egg, peanut, tree nuts, soy and gluten) introduction were assessed by questionnaires at ages 6 and 12 months. At age 10 years, inhalant and food allergic sensitization were measured by skin prick tests, and physician-diagnosed inhalant and food allergy by questionnaire. Data on parental-reported physician-diagnosed eczema were obtained from birth until age 10 years. ResultsChildren introduced to gluten at age ≤6 months had a decreased...
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