Center for Pediatric Eosinophilic Disorders Health Resources

This resource will help you read nutritional labels to help you avoid foods containing shellfish. Details include a list of foods that contain shellfish and may contain shellfish protein.

This resource explains patch testing, a type of skin testing used to help clinicians determine if your child’s rash is caused by an allergy to certain chemicals found in medications, lotions, soaps, shampoo, shoes and other products that may come into contact with your child’s skin.

Websites

IES is an organization of scientists and clinicians interested in the eosinophil, a blood cell strongly associated with many diseases.

This is an e-mail discussion list for people with eosinophilic gastroenteritis, eosinophilic esophagitis and eosinophilic colitis.


Disease Management

Caring for Your Child: Reading Labels for a Milk-Free Diet is a patient-family educational tool created by The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to help you better understand what ingredients to avoid if your child is lactose intolerant or on a milk-free diet. 


Food Allergies

This educational tool will help you read nutritional labels to help you avoid foods containing sesame seed. Details include a list of dishes that contain sesame seed and certain food products.

This resource will help you read nutritional labels to help you avoid foods and ingredients containing egg and egg ingredients. A list of foods to avoid and others that may contain eggs are included.

This resource will help you read nutritional labels to help you avoid foods and ingredients containing corn and corn protein. A list of foods and ingredients to avoid is included.