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Is Your Child At Risk of Allergy?

Is Your Child At Risk of Allergy?

Allergy can have significant impacts on your child’s physical, social, financial and psychological well-being in adulthood2-8. Therefore, minimizing the risks in early life is important.


Use the chart to find out if your child is at risk of allergy and learn how to recognize common allergy symptoms.


Allergy Risk Chart


Common allergy Symptoms9

A healthy immune system is important in protecting your child against infections and allergies.

If you are concerned about your child being at risk of cow’s milk protein allergy, it may be time to consider a hypoallergenic milk formula. The World Allergy Organization (WAO) 2016 guideline recommends prebiotic supplementation for the prevention of allergy in not exclusively breastfed infants10. Consult your healthcare professional on how you can reduce your child’s risk of allergy.


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  3. 3. Prescott SL. J. Allergy Clin Immunol. 2013;131(1):23-30
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  9. 9. Fiocchi A et al. Pediatr Allergy Immunol. 2010;21:1-125
  10. 10. Cuello-Garcia et al. World Allergy Organization Journal. 2016;9:10


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