|Parents have been advised that food allergies may not be responsible for the rise in childhood eczema.
Despite previous studies linking food allergy to eczema symptoms in children, a new report warns that eliminating certain foods may do more harm than good in some cases.
New findings from the German Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care suggest that parents should not cut out certain foods, such as milk from their baby's diet on the belief that allergy may be linked to symptoms of the skin condition.
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