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What to Do After Your Child Is Diagnosed with a Food Allergy

Learning that your child has a food allergy, especially a life-threatening one, can be a scary and stressful time for parents. The primary goal should be to establish a “normalized” and non-panicked, but safe environment for your child. These tips can be a great starting point after a new diagnosis.

Talk to your provider at Atlanta ENT about your concerns and ask for additional ideas on how to keep your child safe if you are worried. Taking the proper precautions can make all the difference in the world when it comes to preventing an allergic reaction to food allergies.

Ramie Tritt, MD, President, Atlanta ENT

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