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Allergy Risk Screener

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It cannot be said with 100% certainty whether a child will develop an allergy. What is certain is that the frequency of allergies is linked to heredity. Allergies in themselves are not hereditary, but there is a higher risk of developing an allergy, if one or both of the parents or siblings have allergies

Question 1

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Does anyone in your family have atopic eczema?

The most common symptoms: dry skin, red skin (inflammation), itching, blisters, cracks and flakes. Symptoms often appear on the neck, elbows, knees, face, or hands.