Children with food allergies are more likely to be bullied

03/11/2012 | WebMD

Researchers reported at an American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology meeting that children with food allergies are more likely to be taunted or bullied. One survey in Jackson, Miss., found that 34% of children with food allergies were teased or physically abused at school over their condition, while another survey conducted in New York City revealed that 29% of children with food allergies were bullied, harassed or teased.

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