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The risk of developing dermatitis can be measured by proper infant nutrition. Scientific research suggests that inadequate quality and quantity of whites tend to be allergic in infancy.It doesn't matter how much, and most of all, the quality of the protein that babies take in their first few months of life, because there allergy to skin inflammation - warns the Hungarian Pediatricians' Association. Atopic dermatitis, or atopic dermatitis, is the most common skin disease in infants, with a prevalence rate of 15-20 in children. The symptoms disappear gradually by puberty in three quarters of the cases, but the majority of affected children also tend to be more susceptible to other allergic diseases. Breastfeeding, or hypoallergenic, hydrolysed protein formulas application may reduce the likelihood of developing allergic symptoms.
Some whites tend to have allergic dermatitis