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* 1. A positive skin prick test or RAST by itself is sufficient for the diagnosis of food allergy.

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* 2. Chronic behavioral problems may be a symptom of food allergy.

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* 3. Chronic nasal symptoms (i.e., congestion or colds that never clear up) may be a symptom of food allergy.

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* 4. Asthma is an important risk factor for severe anaphylaxis.

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* 5. Some children who have IgE-mediated milk allergies can tolerate certain yogurts and cheeses made from milk.

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* 6. Teenagers are at higher risk for fatal food allergy compared to younger children.

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* 7. Food allergens may be passed from the maternal diet into breast milk.

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* 8. It is okay for children with egg allergies to eat egg yolks.

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* 9. Food additives (like citric acid, coloring, starch) are common food allergens.

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* 10. Taking a daily antihistamine is effective for preventing a food allergy reaction.

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* 11. There is a cure for food allergy.

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* 12. How often do you refer your patients with food allergy to a specialist (allergist)?

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* 13. How often do you use a placebo demonstrator as an educational tool for the instruction of use of an epinephrine autoinjector (i.e., EpiPen)?

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* 14. Are you finding that your patients are experiencing more life-threatening reactions today as compared to five years ago?

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* 15. Are you seeing more children with food allergy as compared to five years ago?

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