Food allergies of low-income kids are poorly managed

Posted by on April 27, 2016 12:07 pm
Categories: health

Low-income families of children with food allergies spend 2.5 times more on emergency department and hospitalization costs nationally. They are less likely to see an allergist who would counsel them on prevention, get epinephrine or have access to allergen-free foods.

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