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Effect of poverty, urbanization, and race/ethnicity on perceived food allergy in the United States

TitleEffect of poverty, urbanization, and race/ethnicity on perceived food allergy in the United States
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsMcGowan, EC, Matsui, EC, McCormack, MC, Pollack, CE, Peng, R, Keet, CA
JournalAnn Allergy Asthma Immunol
Volume115
Pagination85-6.e2
Date PublishedJul
ISBN Number1081-1206
Accession Number26123427
Keywords*Poverty, *Urbanization, Adolescent, African Continental Ancestry Group/*psychology, Child, Child, Preschool, environmental exposure, European Continental Ancestry Group/*psychology, Female, Food Hypersensitivity/*epidemiology/psychology, Health Surveys, Hispanic Americans/*psychology, Humans, Infant, Male, Parents/psychology, Poverty Areas, Residence Characteristics, Self Report, Suburban Population/statistics & numerical data, United States/epidemiology, Urban Population/statistics & numerical data
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