A study exploring early-life predictors and risk factors of peanut allergy, and its association with asthma in later-life has found that peanut allergy is associated with multiple IgE sensitization and early-onset persistent eczema and wheeze. It concluded that understanding risk factors for peanut allergy is essential in order to develop effective preventive measures.
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